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Tq the Boys 
and Gitls 



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Th« Pustrar la here, call in and K«t 
on* bafor* th«y ai^e all gone, 

Campbeliy Prescription Store. 

We are prompt and careful. 






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HALL & WALKER 

^Wellington Colliery Co. Coil 



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VOL, CHI,, NO, 211 



VICTORIA, B. C„ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1910. 



EIGHTEEN PAGES 



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Inexpensive But 

Rich Cut Glass 



^'IRY FOR BASIS 
OFSEllLEMENl 



If you only knew the amount of "added 
charm a piece of cut glass gives to tiie table, 
you would not be without a piece. Our 
shoWi"il^4^ a-most-.-^ ^^ Import- 

ed by us .direct from America's most noted 
glass cutters. 

The sparkle and many differem 
be^ noted will at once appeal to.you 
let u s show you a few piec^,^ 



hues to 
Better 



Difference of Canadian Pacific 
and , Canadian Northern, in 
Regard to Route to Be Sub- 
ject of Conference 



For' Showing Fiflht Picture* 
SALEM. Oregon. Auk." ■ <f:cyt . 
BllBh, inanutfer 
theatre, ' was 
lilbUlriK. the 
I>ktHrfM. 
muiiU'ipal 



would follow Wf 
Students 



a. 

of a inovlus picture 

urrtJSted today for ex- 

Johnson-Jett'rles fight 

He had lj«'<»n wanied by thu 

uuthoritu'tj*' that urri-at 

exhibition., 

•♦- . 

Buried Alive. 

TOKlO AiiK. 9. — Fourleen Htiutcnts 
.,)f thf Slzoiiku commercial .vichool 
were l)iiri<'d uUve today In the I'ol- 
liuau of their dormitory in a landslide 
ciiu.'?ed by heavy rains. Perfecture au- 
thorities are handicapped by washed 
(Hit bridges and aublnergt-d railroad 
tracks in sending 
railroad luis 
trains _o>vli>K 
many years. 




aid. The gdveriunent 
been unable to move 
to the heaviest rains in 



OFFICIALS 
MR. 



TO MEET 

G. A. MOUNTAIN 



Railway ' Representatives and 
Commission's Advisory En- 

-" gi n ee r-' W-S u bseq tren t ty 1 n - 
spect Disputed Ri^ht of Way 



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Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers > 10^7 Government Street 



Injured in Runaway. 

BRIDGEWATKIi, N. S., Auk. 9.— 
Hon W. l,i. Owen, member of the leg- 
ishitive council and hia daughter Olive, 
narrowlv escaped doatTi ln_a_cfirrlage 
ac(.adcnt la.sl cveninK. The liarness 
broke going down hill and the horses 
ran away. 13oth were thrown out and 
were unconsclou.s for ten minutes.. 
Owe received a gaah three inches long 
over the rlgTit oye and .Miss olive had 
both eyes closed. Miss Owen the 
atliSrafty won the tennis championship 
Mf Xitva Scotia. ^ 



One Man Kilted and Another 
IVIortally Injured in Co^ec- 
tion With Knights Templar 
Procession in Cnicago 



Long Fligtit In Airship. 

LONDO.N', Aug. 9.— The linglish di- 
rlKlblo airship record for conlinuouss 
MiRht waw broken by a young WelBh- 
inan named WIUowm, who (;overod the 
d'istance from ('arilllf,' Wales, to Lea, 
In an airship ol his own invention. 
Willows 8iart«>d from Cardilt at 8 
o'cloek Saturday night \vll» llu' <'rys- 
tal t'alace, London, as his objective 
point. As he neared the palace his 
supply aLpelrok'iim becamt^exhausted. 
und he. was i'orcBd to descend. rio" 
guided his alrnhlp on the night jour- 
ney by the lights ol' the towns along 
the way. The journey altogether 
amounted t.o. ISO miles. 




RECORD NUMBER 

OF KNIGHTS IN LINE 



Wife Sits in Stand Vainly 
Watching for Husbarrd's Ap- 
pearance—Many Minor Ac- 
cidents Are Reported 



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THE STORK THAT SERVES VOU i;i:sT 

"He Calls for Wine; 
'A Health,' Quoth He 



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VAXC'()i:\KR, .\ug. ;i. In \ i' w ''i 
the opposltfdn of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway to the application of the Can- 
adian northern railway for approval of 
the latteria r<->ute-alnng>-a port.ion of the 
Thomp.son river and through a por- 
tion of the I'Yaser river cany.oh, George 
A. Mountain, chief advisory engineer 
I to the board has arranged a conference 
j between representatives of the 
cotTipanlcs to consider some basis of 
I settlement. 

F. !•'. Bustc .;, . ii . rlntendei:! >; i!-. 
Pacific division of the Canadian I'a- 
cific, and T. H. White of the Canadian 
Northern railway will meet Mr. Moun- 
tain liero next Friday night, -when Mr. 
Mountain returns from an inspection 
of the Jv. it .v. Railway. 

This is preliminary to an lii.spectloTi 
of the disputed right of way on Mon- 
day by the two railway officials and 
Mr. Mountain. 



Another Railway 

OT TAWA. .\UK. 9. 
way 
their 



^^^■^ri^ot 



Dispute. 
t'onflicting rail- 
int.'resis in vAU'crta presented 
claims before the deputy minis- 
ter of railways today. The Canadian 
Nort"hern sought approval of its lino 
from Stewartwyn to Rocky .Mo\mtain 
House, while the Alberta Central rall- 
wnv opiiosed it I'm the ground that its 
territorv was being interfered with. 
Different towns along the proposed 
lino made representations on where 
the Hne should go- --TJie -hearing was 
cohclude dt -j.^ ».. . 




FIRE IN BOSTON 



Lumber 



-■•Taming; '^f th.' .^i'.rew. 

Very Old Port, per bottle 50c to. .. .-. J '^^ 

Peloe l.<dand l^ort, per bottle • 

rallfornian Port, per bottle .-.,............".'. 

i;oofI Native Port, per bottle, SiJc and .- 

.Sherry. i>er bottle. »2.00, |1.00, 75c and . . . 

Green Ginger Wine (Carter's) excellent, per bottle 

Claret, tine dinner wine, per bottle. $1.25, $,1.00. 7," . :,i I ... : ■ 

Perrler, fjimous French Mineral Water, per doz^n • • . $i. ' ■• 

Old Tom Gin, per bottle...,., - •■^•' . 

Otlbey's Plymouth frtn. 50c and • •»** 

F.ngltsh Dry Gin, BOc and v. 1.00 

tTulnness'. .Stout per dozen, quarts $3.00; pints $2.00; splits "t.S" 

Bass' Ale. per dozen, auarts $_3t.00; pints $2. OO; splits . . ■• . L^'" 

Silver Spring Beer. Ale and Stout, quarts, dozen $2.75; pints ..... . .90 

Victoria Plioenix Beer. Ale and Stout, quarts per do7.en$ 1.50; ptst. .T5 
Blue Funnel and all the favorite brands of "Scotch ' j)roperly prlosd for 
purchasers. ■__ • ^ 



New Brunswick 
B., Aug. '.). — Over 



n 

ST. JOH.V, N. 
Ono.OQO feet of lumber was cut on 
Brunswick crown lands last year, 
the stiimpag'e dues amount to 
$.300,000. Over half that amount !r' 
ready been paid. 



,275.- 
Xew 

and 
over 

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LARGE SALMON PACK 



Canneries at Rivers tnlot Report Re- 
sults of Season Far Exceeding 
■ Expectations. 



Large Ouantity of Lumber and 
Fire Brick Buildings Destroy- 
ed— First General Alarm 
Since 1872 



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Tels, 



DIXI H. ROSS & CO. 

Independent Grocers, (317 Government Street • 
50,51,52 - - - - Liquor Dept. Tel. 



1590 



Quality First 
Price Second 



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The 
that 



two combined t^uarantee you, shoe satisfaction 
cannot be surpassed, and very hard to equal. 



VA,XCOUVJi;R, Aug. g.-^The tug Imp 
lias returned after a season's work for 
the Strathcona cannery on Rivers' In- 
let. She brings word that the pack at 
Rivers Inlet exceeded expectations and 
is expected to total over J30,000 caaes.j 
The Strathcona cannery was. antlclpat-' 
ing.a pack of some ten thousand cases 
but the fish were go plentiful that the 
pack at this cannery was 15,250 cases 
and a quantity of fi."!h' was diatributfd 
to other plants owing to a shortage of 
cans. A rough estimate of the pack 
iias been calculated and figures out 
this way. , 

Wadham's, "145 boats, 25,520 cases; 
Strathcona 90 boats, 15,250 cases; Good 
Hope, 100 boats, 17,600 cases; Bear. 95 
boats, 16.880 cases; Brunswick, 125 
boats, 21,000 cases; Klldalla, 90 boats, 
16,000 cases;. Rivers Inlet cannery, 115 
boats, IS. 000 cases. 

The. tug Phoenix of the BfeU-Irving 
fle^t. has a,l8o returned from the sea- 
son's work on the Sk«rena^ 



BOSTON, Aug. 9. — Loss of upwards 
of one mllHofi-dottar-ft—was caused by 
a Jire in the wholesale lumber district 

StarrTng from an unknown 



cause in j 
the lumbSryafdff.of t^tacker and Sohp- 
hard. the blaze reached such magni- 
tude that a general alarm,- the -ar»t 
sftunded In this city since ISTJ, foilow-i.- 
«d^vlthin ten minutes of the first 

iitarm. ■ ' --— - 

The fire destroyed lO.OOO.OOO feet of 
lumber and five brick buildings. The 
buildings were a three storey tene- 
ment, three wood- working factories 
arid the Boatfltt flw department . repair 
station. , . : ". 



CHICAGO, -Aug. y.-One tragic 
death, one accidf^nt that physicians say 
will prove fatal and a dozen minor 
mishaps due to the crowds, east a 
shadow today over the parade, which 
Masons say was the greatest number 
of Knight Templars ever formed in 
line In any city. 

Except for a slight -thunderstorm 
tlie... weather was..„pi:rfect,> From 9 
o'clock when the 'signal to start was 
given, until after 12. when the last 
knight liad passed before the reviewing 
stand, the thermometer ranged from 
71 to 79 degrees, while a cool breeze 
prevented any considerable discomfort. 

There were over 40,000 knights in 
line while over 500,000 s|)ectatorH .sat in 
the reviewing stands or stood patiently 
along the line of mafch. 

The Vw^x. note of tragedy came when 
Herman Gresbmann. of Chicago, on 
his \vay to join, his commandery, W'as 
caught in the "death strip" between 
two cars on Templar way, and receiv- 
ed injuries from which he died on his 
way to the hospital. 

In the grand stand, tvvo blocks away 
sat Mrs. Greshmann unidentified for 
three hours, while she scann'-d th( 
m.-irchers for her huHbarul, not learning 
of his death until the parade hud paus- 
ed. 

William Hnokott, a knight fiom 
Fosteria. Ohio, was thrown from ill.') 
horse, and was dragged with his heel 
In the stirrup for a block before the 
animal could be stopped. It was stat- 
ed that Mr. Hacketts Jnjurles^ will 
provo fatal. _ 

In addition to these accidents, scores 
of %vomen fainted' in the crush. 

;,Behind mounted -police, the ijroces-- 
BioiT was led by California mounted 
commandery of San I<"ran<li.sco. Im- 
mediately following came 100 carriag- 
es, each contajning four mem^jer,s 
the grand^tronelave:' 



DEATH OF MJR. SCOTT 

President Taft Pays Tribute to Mem- 
ory of Late Editor of Portland 
Oregonian 

PORTL.'VND. Ore.. Aug. 9. —Presi- 
dent Taft today telegraphed his sorrow 
at the death of -Harvey W. -Scott, edi- 
tor of the: Portland Oregonian. The 
-message reads as follows: "Executive 
oHlces, Beverley. Mass., Aug. 9th— I 
learn -Ytitlt deepest-sorrow -of the death 
of my good friend, Harvey Wr Scntt. 
His service to his country...by advocat- 
ing the cause of sound money at a 
time wJli'D... thtU mU-He. .liaiLj^c^mpti.ra- 
tively few FiTends, cannot Be overesti- 
mated, and the Nation owes - him a 
debt of gratitude fof-lhis patriotism 
and courage. (Signed) William H." 
Taft." 

Scores of messages from m<n promi- 
nent in life have been rocoiVi.'.U- since 
the death" of. Mr. Scott in Baltimore, 
on Sunday.^ 

It is e.\pected that ih.v body will 
reach Portland on »i(lay. Scottish i 
Rite members will hold a service on j 
Saturday night, while on Sunday tha 
private-services and a Masonic funeral 
will be held. 



Receives Bad Wound From Re- 
volver in Hand of Dismis.sed 
"Employee of City— I s' Now 
Resting Easily 



SHOOTING OCCURS 

ON STEAMER'S DECK 



Mayor on Eve of Departing for 
Europe for Holiday — Assail- 
ant Captured After Desper- 
ate Struggle 




.N'EW YORK. Aug. 9.~The 
following bulletin on Mayor 
Gaynor's condition was given 
out by the surgeons timed at 
9 o'clock: "The radiographic 
examination of" Mayor Gaynor's 
wound Indicated that the bullet 
•'is divided into two fragments, 

■ occupying positions that do not 
- demand operative interference 

■ ..at^j)resent 



the jnayor 
is resting 
WilUatn .1. 
Brower. 
Charles N. 

The 
Mayor 



Five Occupants- of Car Were 
' Killed, IncludingSon of Lino- 
type Inventor — Warning Is 
Given in Vain 



of 



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FIRE IN FAMOUS MINE 



Best and Belcher. Old Comstock Lode 
Property In Way of Destruction 



McCanctless Bros. & Gat heart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 

Positively No Cc«dit 



What A Parisian Chef 
Says Of "Dinner" 




CARSOX CITY, Nov, 
Best and Belcher mine. 
City, one of the famous 
properties, is on fire, 
this morning the- hoist !i 



\i.t; '1.— The- 

near- Virginia- 

old Comstock; 

"'clock I 

! Us had 



Hindu Killed By Car. 
VANCOUVER. August 9.— While 
walking • over a crossing near 
Earl's road on the Interurban lln« be- 
tween Vancouver and~New Westmins- 
ter yesterday morning, a Hindu nam- 
ed JC. Hera Singh., "was run oyer and 
killed Instantly by the car Sardls com- 
ing toward Vancouver. The deceased 
was walking with another Hindu 
named Auta Mnragh at the time, and 
thev had stepped aside to avoid tar 38 
which ,was proceeding- towards _New 
Westminster, when they ran into the 
Sardls coming in the other direction. 
Auta Murgah was quick enough to es- 
cape Injury, but Hera Singh w.ts 
knocked down, and the car wheels cut 
off both his legs. His left hand was 
also badly mangled and his skidl frac- 



ON CASTLE ROCK 



of 

of 

en 



Ott- 
the 



Story of "Steamer's' Mi'^tfvdnr 
tureby Way of Seattle- 
Boat Not in Charge of Her 
Regukr Captain 



betii destroyed, and the ilanies were 
in the shaft, according to reports that 
reached here. • There -svere ' no men 
working when the fire started. Only! 
a day shift is kept uj) m 'he' 

mine If! a small !trodut?i,>r. id- 

lioisting works had gone,i 
iluable" plant mainly dfe- 1 
The loss is placed at about i 



iSEATTXiE, Aug. n — The steel Bt«am- 
shlp Chippewa grounded on Castle 
rock, at the southeast end of Lopez 
Inland, at 11 o'clock this morning, and 
[after being held fast several hoiirs was 
floated on the rising tide and returned 
; with her passengers to Bellingham. 
Meagre reports Indicate that the 



CAIM': M.W. S- .1.. A;iK :i.— FlVCi 
persons were crushed to death tonight 
when an express train on the Penn- 
sylvania railroad dashed into an auto- 
mobile at Mill Lane crossiiig, on the 
^Vbst Jersey and Seashore road. 

The dead are: Frederick \V. Feld- 
Jti,0f.'and wife, Fritz Mergenthaler and 
wife-, and their chaJTeur,- M. i'. Jones. 
ail of t?altlmore. , 

Mr. Mergenthaler was a «on 
mar Mergenthaler, inventor 
linotype. 

The express train was hidden from 
view, by a corn lield, and it was Im- 
possible for the chauffeur to see the 
train until he was within a few feet 
of the track.s. As the automoldle bore 
down toward the train, Mrs. Thomas 
McNeill, who lives near the crossing, 
.'^aw the approaching express and wav- 
ed her hand for the automobile driver 
to stop his car. but the man either did 
not see the danger signal or thought 
he could cross before the train reached 
him. The express struck th«- occu- 
pants squarely between the wheels and 
threw It and aU of the occupants clear 
off the track. 



The condition of 

is satisfactory. He 

(juietly. (Signed) 

Arlitz, George E. 

Oeorge Stewart. 

Do'wd." 

tollowing bulletin on 

Gaynor's condition was 

issued at midnight: 

•Mayor Gaynor is doing as 
well as can be expected. He 
slept some. He is perfectly 
c.mscious. There is no evidence 
of infection. Ferdinand L. 

AVolif, house phj'Biclan. St. 
Mary's hospital." 



NEW YORK. Aug. 9.— Wllham J. 
Gavnor, mayor o£ New York city, was 
shot m the head and seriously wound- 
ed today as he stood on the prome- 
nade deck of the steamer Kaiser 
helm Der Groase, by James 
lagher, a discharged city 
Gallagher was overpowered and at- 

rested 

The' shot was fltC'd at 9:15 o'dlock 
this morning, live minutes before the 
Kaiser Wllhelm Der Grtvsae was due 
to leave her pier from iioboken. N. J.. 
unVi the mayor was receiving, godspeed 
from a group of friends preparatory 
'a vacation trip to Europe. 

The bullet struck him behind 
right ear and ranged downward 
nictlng a dangerous, though not nec- 
essarily fatal -wound. 
blood poisoning develops 
are hopefid of the mayor's recovery, 
although at his age, 59 years, such a 
wound is grave. 

Tonight the mayor Is at St. Mary * 
hospital, Hoboken, surrounded by 
alllsts, with members of hi.s 

All early reports from the bos 
hopeful, and this 

wound wero 



Wil- 
D. Gal- 
employee. 



to 

the 
in- 



And unless 
the surgeons 



speci- 
faially 



near, 
pltal. 



French 
SKATTLK, .\- 



Autoists Fined 
NKW WKST.MINSTKR. Aug. 9.— On 
charges of violating the local', automo- 
billng speed ordinances five motor-, 

car drivers were arraigned in police! <]a'mage to the Chlppewti was not ser- 
court. found guilty and fined by Jos-jious. but she. will be docked upon her 
ticeftfflpf the Peace Byrne. Walker an^d| jnj-ival here tomorrow and a survey 



Cr uise r "l-eaves 

ig:. 9.-^The, French 
cruiser Montcalm, liagshlp of Admiral 
de Castries, sailed today for San 
Francisco. The Montcalm has been at 
Seattle since' the first of the month, 
and vlll spend th^ rest 'of August at 
San Francisco, going from there to 
South America. 



is 
and 



Most of 
the ship 
relatives. 



"Dinner,' 
hope of the 



^'is the 
idle, 



lie 



says a famous French coolc, 
nin,t:(ry, the occupation <> 
the rest of the weary and the cohSQlation-fli. the 
miserable." 

The dinner wine [)ar excellence of the period 
is the faniotis Clarm of .G. Preller SrC^. Preller's 
lUir^undy and Sauterne are' now, conceded, with 
the Claret. 1(1 be the purest nn.l best procurabl£._ 
to be found in the wine lists of every 
hotel, bar or club.* Every gooH^^i'eli- 



nlgl;' •'■ 
and • ■ 
stroyed. 
$100,000. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 9.— The 

Best and"^«dcher Is one or'-t1*& most- 

famous of the old Comstock mines 

located at Virginia City. It was dia- j 

covered l)y a Scotsmanj who sold t 

his interoat-Jfor a mere trifle, and; 

I within a few months saw Its shares! 

'.selling on- the San Francisco stock' 

' exchange for hundreds anttjhen thoy- ! 

j«ands of dollars a share. The Best j 

' atid Belcher was one the fonndat4bn; 

, mines of the fortunes of MacKay, ' 

! Fair, Flood and' O'Brien, Sharon and 

others, who became known as the 

bv'nanzR kings ■■' 'l'<- ''■■'^<- .-iv'i.-^ and 

early Seventies. 



Sp«lit Those 
Hemphill, A. K. 

ens, G. M. 



convicted 

Auinond, T. 

Clemens and T. L 






T 

NOT Y[I AWARDED 



II -t 



are 
la'^s 



N 



Thev 

lii.^'' 

;iblc dealer stocks Preller' 

purity and fine bouquet. 

offers 



s wines, because of- their 

■If vtinr licensed g^rocer 

VOU a substitute, do nnt accept it, but a.sk 



'Operations at Vancouver Nar- 
rows and Efeewhere Will Be 

Delayed— lenders Nat Sak 

isfactory to Department 



him to procure you Preller 
Iveiser, wh-olesale agcyts 
Vancouver, Nelson. 



s wine from Pit her & 
for B. C. \'ictoria, 



' NEWS ^MMiiRY 

1^-^Mayor Gaynor .Shot Down. 
Fatalities at Grand Parade. 
Try for Basis of Settlement. 
2 — Delegates Arrivn for . C. E. 
Conv.eutlon. Northwest Unlt- 
I'd, Says Mr.' Chapman. 
. 3.^UndprgTound Phone Systetn. 

^_. " N oted Painter N'tptt'sr Vic- 

tiVrTa; " ' 

. 4— i:dUflri.al.— . 

5 — ^.SociaL afid,^ pt-i .^on.d. 

6 — News of the city. 

7— -Local News. 

g — \n woniaii's realm. 

9-— Spori. . 
10 — .Additional sport. 
■J] — Provincial News. Sem I'rns- 

jxirlly on KA'ery Hand. 
\2 -Mining Depart men I. 
i;i -I'.eal (-."lair. 
!■( — Mnrine. 
In — iVtnrh'-'t »,■■■;•*— J — -;■ " 
IT) — ('la.s.'<ltlPd Advts. 
17 — Judgment In t'olltislon Ca,sS. 
18 — David Spencer, Ltd. . 



VAM :t.)i;A?g|{r>^ug. ff.— The coiitiact 
for the new dredge which will operate 
In Vancouver narrows aitd other Bri- 
tish Columbia waters has not yet been 
awarded at Ottawa. Several ■ tenders 
were put ItT by British Arms, but th<»y 
all contained Ronditlona which requlTQ 
modlficattoTj before they would bo 
satisfactory to the department 'This, 
jhas caused unexprVted delay tnTnllR 
1 awarding of -the- .contract - - --- 



were R-i wllT be made. The Chippewa, which j 
L. Stev- w-as carrying 800 e.tcurslonlsts' froini 
Walte. Bellingham and. Anacortes to Victoria,] 
B. C struck the rocky shore during a ! 
heavy fog. Reports rebelved by the j 
o.wneVs, the Ptigot Sound ^Navigation t 
company. Indicate that the Chippewa 
was carried out of her course by a 
strong tidal current. The heavy fog 
made it Impossible to see 100 yards 
ahead.' The pilot saw kelp In ' t)ie 
t water and signalled to reverse the en- 
j glnes but the boat ■ Struck and held 
I fast before she cotUd be backed out of 
Idanger. The, tide, which was going out 
i had but one foot to fall before low; 
I water was reached and the ah lp":s offi- 
cers w-ere confident that they would 
be able to float thej staunch craft when 
the tide turned. , 

Although there was apparently no 
danger of the Chlppevva's foundering, 
('apt VVm. Thornton deemed it be.it to 
4^ WA' the safe side and ordered the 
passengers ashore,. There was little, 
confusion and all were taken off In the 
small boats- and landed on Lopez island. 
When the Cldppewa was floated Into 
In tlie afternoon the excuisslonlsts. who 
had a picnic on the Island In lieu of 
their trip to the Canadian city, re^-em- 
-Bafked afitr-stBTted on their horajfward 
lourney. ^ , , 

Capt. H. Carter. -thf* regulAr cmnmau- 
fler was" aahoi^e attending th!' Invest! - 
Krttion Into the accident of la.st Tues- 
rtny night, when the Chippewa ran 
down- the wooden 
West Point light. 

Seal tie. . 



Express Rates Reduced 
HmjLN.-\. Mont. ,AUK. !'. — The state 
rallroa'd commission has Issued an or- 
der which, in effect reduces express 
rates In Montana about 25 per^cent; 
The action was taken after a hearing 
and re-hearlng on the subject, the 
latter having been soiight by the car- 
riers. 



TWELVE VICTIMS 



\vei*e noi.'eivu. huo cjoo evening, 
.'ilx X-rav negatives of the 
taken to facillate an operation for tho 
removal of the bullet. 

G^iUagher, the would-be assasaln, 
locked up in a cell at Jersey City. 
hdd-TV-tthout bail. He expresses no rc- 

mor.se. „ 

At Close Range. 

The big liner was gay with flags 
and ringing with shouted godspeeds 
When the tragedy occurred, 
those who had been aboard 
to say farewell to friends or 
had gone -ashore, but a little group 
remained to talk with the mayor. They 
were stAindIng on the port side of tha 
vessel near the promenado deck for- 
ward, and were in the act of poaing 
for a group photograph when Gal- 
lagher, unnoticed, push<-d his way al- 
most to the .mayor's side and fired 
point-blank at his h<;ad. He used a 
38-CHliber revolver, and an examina- 
tion later disclosed that the first car- 
tridge had missed lire This prob- 
ably saved the mayor's life, for Gal- 
lagiier. when he llrst pulled the trig- 
ger was less than two feet away. 
Backing off slightly In his excitement, 
pulled the trigger a second time 



OF COLLISION 



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Roil of' Dead Jn California Train 



Disaster 

creased- 

Injuries 



May 
-Many 



'et Be' In- 
;uffer From' 



Success 

9. The in- 

under former President Boh- 

have captured Ceiba and Triixllli>, 



Honduras Insurgent*' 
NKAV oHLKA.V.'^. Aug, 
surgents 
Via 



stenmet' Albion off 
I few miles north of 



i two of the most Imiiortant citle.s In 

I Honduras, according to cable advlcep 

I received here today. The revolutlonl5>t.«< 

control the const between the two 

cUrf>s; The position of the Insurgents 

Is considered very strong and the 

Ifnrpps r,f presirlent DavLUa- are said 

to have been driven hack In sharji 

Bkirthishlng ti»»t has occurred. 



Sons of England, 
OTTAWA. AAig. II. .Uiout three hun 
dred delegates from different parts yf 
Canada attended the Initial session 
this morning of fh'^ supreme council of 
the Sons of Kngiand. The acting 
mayor extended a civic welconte and 
routine btisiness was afterwards clean- 
ed up A loyal message was dispatch- 
ed to King George. The coiivennpn 
will last till tiriday and the pro- 
gramme combines buslne** and enter- 
talnm«nti 



SANFRA-N-CI'SCO, Au 
men are dead and a sc^ro 
ing from painful Injurlfs 
of thfL^Ci'liialon on 



9. — Twelve 
are suffer- 
as a result 
th<| Northwestern 
yeateri^uy at Ignaclo 



Paclflc. 'railway 

.station.*'"" -sa- ^ , 

One death, that of W. B. Burt<)n, of 
Berkeley.' fiecvirred today and tlW con- 
dition of several of those In tht* ho."!- 
pltals at San Francisco Is precarious. 
Xb new light has been thrown on 
the cause of the accident, which is 
nscrlhed by the railroad oftlcl.-il.s to the 
fnllnre. of Cf^nductor George l'"laherty, 
i of the work train, to observe to an 
''order to hold hl.s train in' the yard at 
Ignaclo, until the passenger train from 
the south had passed. 

The bodies of F. VV. Ranks' and his 
brother, \V. A. [tanks, of Rockford, 111., 
lie in the morgue in thli| city. They 
met dpath in.«!tantancou«ly i« the 
w'fpck. They ha(1 gone Into the smoker 
to Wit"!rfTf«fi saftdwlchcB, and they en- 
tatftd it Just as the crwh ocourr*d. 



.ind sent a bullet crashing Into thft 
mayor's back, below the ear. William 
H Edwards, commis.«loner of street 
cleaning and a foriTier Princeton foot- 
ball star, iungeil forward Just as Rob- 
ert Adamson, the mayor's eeeretaryr 
struck Callaghan's arm. ^ ^ , 
I As he did so a second shot pierced 
' Kd w-a rd fl' si ee\~in flic t Tn g a "si 1 gh t 11 es h 
"'wound (m the commissioner's right 
arm,, which in the excitement remain- 
ed vuulisc"v«||i-od. for hours. 

Unmindful of his wound. Edwards 
hit the man a cracking blow in tho 
face and they fell to the deck to- 
gether, Gallagher struggling with tho 
strength'of despcnitlon and pulling the 
trigger In an attempt to fire another 
shot Kd\varda rained blow after blow 
"jn Gallagher's faCe. while Adamaoii 
and Archibald R. Watson, corporation 
counstll, flung thci'nselves on the strug- 
gling two In an attempt to grasp the 
weapon. , , 

When Mr. Watson had obtained po- 
sesslon of the gtm, F>IwardB and Gal- 
lagher continued a bitter strugglo . 
about the di'ck, Kdwards now crying 
and shouting in his anger and excite.- 
ment and Gallagher panting and ex- 
hausted. When Gallagher was com- 
pletely subdued, a pair of steel nip- 
pers were ulipped on hU wrlBtB by a 
spedal officer and h« wa« rushed 
thro.ugh a threatenrhg crdrwd oft the 
ve8s«>Vi ». , 

Bleeding Freely. 

DurlnB the struggle, with «*« man 
who had attempted 'to take hie life, 
Mayor Gaynor. though badly 'wounded 
and blecaihg from the mouth und noee, 
dtd not once loee oonectousnewj. 

The Impact of the bullet did not 
even throw, him from his if set. but h* 
rat««d hlH hands to hie eaiis. and WUH 
hfs fac4. contorted with ^ pftlB^W, «t*«* 
gered ip a daste »nd leaned Itntiti^ 
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A riB* *Oani«7" Oft* atoT*, a 

splendid cooker,/ connected free 

for $ao.oo 

An axo«pUoB»U J a<K>d and Xaad- 
■oma "Jawal"' ^tova, conn«otei1 
free .for . . .fS|8.pO 

■otpiata dii» Cookara, up from 
, W.60 

aas Toa»tar«, tliP r.pwest. de'C'lce, 
riglu up-to-tho-niiuule. .... .feOo 



Qa^sSto 




VICTORIA GAS Co., Ltd. 



Head salesroom, 6")i; Yate.s St. 



Tolophone 2479. 



SMOKE 



LA FLOR DE BAHAMA 



_£,!Kno\vn from coast to coast. A j)o|mlar ci.trar at a pMimlar price 
— made of clear Havana. On sale c\ er> wliorc. 

--jt>]^^FASSE"iC:i(ISR^ COMPANY. 



For Corsets Try the BEEHIVE, Douglas Street 

Let us show .vou ho-,v comfortable tliey . are.' They are sooci weartnR 
and give si'saJ^^satLsfactlon; we do not mind chansrinK thern^ if ._jnot 
to your liking. 

75c, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, and $2.50. 




You Can Save Money, Gaso- 
line and Anxiety 



By Buying an Easthopo Engine 




Complete Launches 



The Kasthropo 
Engine is manvi- 
fac'urec" here at 
home and wo 
Hill direct to 
you. You pay 
no agrents' prot-" 
Its. The East- 
hope Engine Is 
.(nrreotly deslgn- 
' .1 and the eco- 
. ill 'ini/.fr in \ \r- 
U.S.J of fuel, 

The Kaslhope 
Engine Is fully 

.guaj-antnod; you 
take no ri.sk,s 
with breaking 

parts. We are 
always rlghk 

.here and deal 
with you direct; 

.no trouble w'lth 
agents. 

Prices for 1910: 

Z -\\, p. — sliiKla 

. > Inder. com- 

. pletc. JIOO: 

clutch extra, 

$30. 

C-li. p. .shi.<lo i-v- 
lindi^r, com- 

plete $17r, : 

t^Kttcfr-T^r^' axt r a , 
$40. " :■■:•■ • • 

8-h. p. single cy- 
linder $225; 
clutch e.Ktra, 
$40. , 



1<? ff-ct !"■ ." f'-"! Itcam. complete wiOi three horsepower en- 

, 5275 

E'lnf-s 

■:: I. •t by fi.i !.-.im, complete with six horsepower engine. .. .$375 
These boats are roomy, sea worthy and strongly built. 

Easthope Brothers 



Mrmufacturers of Complete Launches. 



1705 Georgia Street. 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 



Phone 77 



P. O. Box 363 



JVe can supply Just what > ■■! w int in lumber, aasn and doors, 
steamed slash, grain fir and the la-, si in front doors. Howard. 
flush doors they are beautiful., 






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WtdnMday, AugiMt 10, 101» 



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Where Beaoer Left Her Timbers 




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Paiisc a moment and think about yniir fall attire. It's an 
easy matter for ns to tell you that we can offer/you perfection 
of materials, cut. and fit — tailoring equalto the highest, class 
custom work at a vcr); much lowerjsricer /-■-'- ,-— :. 

Autumn Suits 

That will fit well. look well and wear wxM. • We want to prove 
this statement,, to you. Come in today and take a look at 
our liew shipment c)f. Fall. iQloSuit;^, the most attractive, 
stylish and durable' vScotch fweed.s,, F.nglish Worsteds, and 
Irish Serges yQU_evgx.sa\v,__\yc guarantee t)ur price will 
:-^ -^.s^ ■■'' ■ .please. 

Fall Headwear 







Soft Felt Hats— L"hri>iv'sl{eatTi's~lV1'allory'.s an/1 Robinspn's. 
Xevvest .shapes in (Oxford and steel grey, bc_avcr.._as..lv^reen 
and black ....'!' ^3.50 to 95.00/ 

Black Stiff Hats— vcr v latest blocks from . • .$3.00 



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The wrecked Vancouver steamer I qulniall hy the B. C' Salvage company. 
e.>cpected to he '""e cngaKed in solving the vessel. 
Ii • t'lk.ii to ■ ''''^'^' stranding uf the Sechelt was caus- 
' ' ' ed hy the hazy weather and the effort.s 



Scrhelt which was 

ffoAted laJBt. niglit wilJ 

i Wallace Bros, yards at X'ancouver for j ,,,.,,1^ to avoid a boom i>f logs and 
repairs. The vessel i.« n .small one, driftwood. The boat was oauglU in the 
used until four years ago on the Souml 
under the name of the itattie Hanson. 
The .salvage steamers William JolUfte 
and .Maud which were sent from Es- 



conslsling chieflj- of the ripping away 
of a part of the stem vvV'ii she struck 
tlie sand. Th>'- captain and the cre.VV 
made the stranded vessel's position se- 
cure with ropes fastened to trees in 
Stanley park, the port.s being covered 
eddy and carried; on the beach, where i with canva.ss and the cargo ports he- 
.•»he re.sted easily on a sandbar. She! inK Ixmrd^-.l up Wlien the tide receded 
was conimandeti liy: Captain Clarke, i she heeled to starboard and the.ln- 
The damage tji the ire.ssel is slight, i coining tide nearly covered hf>r stern. 



OELEGAIES ARRIVE 
C.E. 





lany Noted Speakers to Be 
Heard a^ Young People's 
Societies Gathering Opening 
This Evening 



to express them with clearness andj 
eloiittfnce. 

n-lday flfternoou the Rev. S. T. 1 
Bartlett,. ■M..\,. Df Toronto, will speak 
on ".Vlisslonary Enterprise." Rev. Mr. 
ISartlett is the general .sei'retary of the 
Voung People's department of the 
.Methodist church of .(_'anada, and as 
such he has ]iroved himself .in effi- 
cient leuider- in al! (I'lwiii-.! nv'S'iii. at 
enterprises. 

Another of the striking speakers of 
the convention is the Rev. Dr. W. H. 
(.;. Temple,, of Seattle. He was for 10 
\ears pastor of the Plymoutli ch\irch 
there, and during that time pro\od 
himself a leader of religi<JU8 thought 
and life in the community. Dr. Tem- 
ple is a i.'anadian by birth, but as is 
the case with many other well known 
men. he has done his greatest work in 
the United States. 

Tonight at the' opening meeting 
Mayor Morley wl'H speak on behuU' of 
the city, welcoming the delegate s an d 
the corive^htlOnlo^crdTKiT'^"' 'f 



iRTHWESI UNITED 
SAYS 1 . CHAPMAN 



W. & J. WILSON 

--„,v MEN'S FURNISHERS,^ 

1221 Government St., and Tr»unc» Av, 



Alread . ■■..■■ number of delegates 

for thi? annuul convention of the 
Christian Endeavor association, whlth 
commencea its seaslons ifi the St. An- 
drews Presi^yterian church tonight, 
are in the city, and on the boats this 
afternoon and tonight from, Vancouver 
there are In the nf^itrtU'.'rh'X'd r.f Ji'it 
more to come 

Atrangenient.s ha\e Ijceli uiaiie 1;.- 
the comtnltteo. in char«*-.ljir-.ihe blllet- 

itiK of lf>0 of those who will be present. ,,,,,,. , , , 

ul. outHide centres., but r^uvisiju.J^s 1^;;>=^'^. ^^ ----^--^ P^-i 



New officers will have to be elected 
at thl.s convention for the year 1911. 
Those who presided in the various pvj- 
sitions of the 8».<«ociatlon for the last 

' ! :: r wi-r«'' as follows: 

Provincial Offitera. 
President, Rev. HernTon A.A'arson, 
B.A., Victoria; Ist.vice president. F. A. 



Publicity Expert Interviewed In 
Portland Upon His Return 
Tells of Results of Trip — 
Progress of the Coast 




sfnt: Is to hiislne.-is 
earn Is to maci)inery.' 



W. Newton 



one 181 




isemtnts Written and Placed for 
All Lines of Buaineaa 



with Anfru.«= <'ampboll & Co 
Limited. 



\'t to be nidrte, for some 



Portland will I. • - ihf support of., 
every city in' the I'acitic northwest in • 
Us convention campaign, which has ! 
Just been launched by the Portland | 
fommercial club. The Rose t'ity is | 
recognized .n» having taken the lead in 1 
the mutter, and cnmTnercial bodies of i 
all ,the leading, eltles have signified j 
that they will do all_they can to aid, j 
In the good work ."fhTs ri^ws'^'iTs fakeii j 
back to Portland by C. C. Chapman, j 
manager of the Portland Commercial 
club, from an extended tour of Wash- 



third 



.Vliss 1 Ington and British folumbta, the visit 




Well Known Speakers 
Many and of a wide-spread fame are 
the speakers who will be heard at the 
'se.Hslons of the convention. The Rev. 
\V. O. Jordan, D.D., who will deliver 
an Hddre.ss on Friday afternoon at 
;i:K>, on "Thle Permanent Value of the 
C^ld Testament" is professor of Old 
Testairient literature .In Queen's, uni- 



versity, KingataTrr"OTit., and is author , l-'ormer B. (', C. E. conventions an4; 
of several works- of notip,' ainong ihein ' nreflidents^=15g "-8. Vancouv er, Revj J. 
•The' Phllippcan tHospid," "Prophetic ^ A. Gordon. Vancotiyer: lS9f-97~V;trtor- 
fdeals" and "Biblical Criticism 



minster. Tenth league: H. O. l^amb, i v*(ntlon matter," said Mr. Chapman, 
New Westminster. Intern.n.tlona! Bldg. j enthusiastically, ■ when interviewed, 
fund; Miss C. McKenzie. Vancouver. I "and the cities and communities stand 
Junior department; J. Dlsher. Vancou- ready to co-operate with u.s In bring- 
ver. literature. 11,,^^ the gatherings to Portland. And 

Victoria local officers— Dr. William ! ,},^,^. „re friendly In manv ways, the 
Russell, president; p. Sprinkling, vice ,,rit being abroad that the Pacific 
presid.ni. H. Smith, secretary-treas- , ^^^^^ ^^ould work together In accord- 

'""Kormer B. C " ^ ' -'°''" '"^^^ '^*^ 



Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle Distrlcrr^e^now on^ the mar- 
ket in tracts'^of from thirty to forty acfes. ' 

For plans and prices apply to L. K. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Aliin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. ^ 



i Modern Thought." He is an Engllsh- 
i man bv birth and received his B.A. 
1 degree from L.ondon' university. He 
' ( ame to ilnnadft in 18S9 and for nine 
j \ear.'! after Ids arrival was pastor of a 
j Presbytfrlaii congrpgatton at Strath- 
! rby, (.»nt und ims the reputat'lotf of 

l)elng ail ' ' 

• ' Rev. i:. A. K.i.j,. ..i.o will speak on 



andl-la". Mr. George Mcrandless, Vlctorlaj_l.^"« i"^^''"*''' otine t-o 

1899-0. Vancouver.' Mr. W. ,J. Whit.?. )'''»' c'l'^i- This slogan Is being taken 



I an ce with , the ap pro pri a te. ~slogan 
adopted &t ttfe recent AdverfTsTng" 
Men's convention at San Francisco at 
the Instance of 'the Portland Comnier- 



Vancouver; 190-1. Nelson; F. M. Chad- 1"P nt Spo-kaae:.^.eatlle and Tacoma. on | 
bourn. Nelson; 1901-2, -New West-lthlp wide of the line, and at Westnfin- | 
minster. Mr. H. fJrant, Vancouver; ' ster, Vancouver and Vlqtoria in British i 
]902-,4, Victoria, Mr. J. .Mcintosh. Vlc.7 | Columbia, at all of which places I do- 
torla; 1906, Vancouver,' re-organls!atlon I livered addre.ise.s on tltp subject and 
convention H-nllod bvv.Vancouver local I conferred with the commerclnr bodies. 



"The slogan, '.\11 the coast for all 
the coast ■ all the time,* has already 



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Dakln, UtrA.. Victoria; 1907-8, VancOiu. 

ThursdaV morning, was for two yea^s ' ver. Rev. \V. H. Barraclough, M.A., ]j,,gt with such popular favor tliat the 

State secretary of the Ohio C.E. union; >Pw\\eMmin3ter;]m^^ „f „„ speeches and addresses 

that 1 heard on the trip was to elimin- 
ate invidious comparisons and to assist 
ne another for, the benefit of all. ■ 
"Tacoma has a wonderful asset in its 



rit.lie secretary 01 me oiiiw > . «.>. uiin.... | ri , 

and iH now president of the Wanbing- ; "^"ster, Rev \ 
ton State C. E. union and, pastor of; N'-w Westmiii, 

Congregational 1 ' ' " 



VV. H, Barraclough, M.A. 
ster; 1909-10, Victoria. I. 
M'Tnion A. ("arson, B./\.. Vi' •■■li, 



Let Us Estimate on Your 

WIRING. ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 

ETC.; ETC. 

Only first class matefial n.icd. • 'Warkmansliip— guaranteed. 

Prices right. 

HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

728 YATES ST. PHONE 643. 





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the • North Yakima 

rh.irch. He Is atithor rif the "Pure i 
I . rifs and "Clea 11 and. Strong." | 

Cambridge Professor. 
Tlic R''\. <' Ander8<m Scott, .Vf.A-, | : 

I 'antiib, i.s professor of New- Teataincnt I j,,,,„ j^viui, the man who recently 
literature, Westmln.'jter college. Cam- | ,„ade.hls escape from the local police 
bridge, England. After talUiig hia ; cells but was afterward captured and 
university degree hi l.ondon /he studifed I j,g„jg„^,p^, ^^ ^^,^ ^^^^g „j j,,^ j,^..,, 



N STRONGER QUARTERS i"^^^' stadium. Tacoma did not fully 



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i'l.r tlu' l^vc'-^inu'nl m .-mall anionnis (..»t 
inouc}. \vc rec,pminen(i tlie undci-mentioned, 
wcll-shuated, .close-in proper! ies. As the 
-Citiis,.liU5me.ss .section , 1 - •- . \ . ] i , i t nui s l em- 
brace :hc^c properties, and the opportunity 
of larj^e returns in the near future is obvipus. 
Cook Street— Cooier,_ eln^c in. I.nt-'qT^x 

ij.|. r-RICE. terms ^850 

Double Corner, Cook Street.— Lot t20 x-Lj.a. 




Oh Friday evening Rev, Walter Ben- 
well lllnson, pastor "of White Temple, 
Portland, Oregon, and , formerly of 



relay by'^r 
stable Dockstedor. \ 

l>ynn is an old offender 



having 



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^3,000 



Government Street — C'onuT l.<ii, t>Vx ii-'. 
F'R K:^;term5- - .$2,500 

Hillside Avervae-^orner. — i2ox t'^x). 

I'RICH ..........,..,._,.,.,,,, . $2,000 

%()2'^ casli. balance S50 quartci'ly. 

Quadra Street Corner — Close in. Lot ^7 ,\ 
•PRteb:. terms ......;. ...$1,500 



Moiicton. Montreal and Vancouver, 
will deliver .-in address, lie Is one' o 
the most iiromliient i>astor8 and pupHt 
uratoiH in the Baptist deno.niination. 
Rev. T. Albert Moore, the general 
secretary of the pord's Day Alliance 
xiL Canada,. luidaCiO-etary' of the gen- 



served thirteen years In thc^ Ml.'iaoula 
penitentiary, Montana. ViTnile incar- 
cc;raled' in the r>i"ovincia1 gaol htre he 
made an unstu'cessful attempt at ea- 
cajic. Supplied w'lth" a file by a 
I youihftil prisoner frt)m > Nanaimo. ho 
had cut away a portion of the Jock, 
on his cell door but \\i\» detected in 
time. He,..3tntcd-:thaf tje- hmr merPtr 
jittempted to "f;et a view 6C tlVe IhttT- 
ior workings of the lock. lie will 

now have an opportunity oT letting 

on the 
Royal 



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LETTERS TO THrEDiTOR' 



1 1 



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MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 

Phone 645 619 Trounce Avenup 

Office open Evenings 8 to 9 o'clock 



era 1 eon f e r c.n cc .oJL.. _.the_jibLeUK><l I « t. 

JhurclT-oi-t'fiJiada, which meets in Vic- 
toria coinmeticing next Sundiiy, needs 
no introdiiclion to the people of the 
West. He will deliver at* address, on 

■■I'hursday evening op "The Place of | his gaol breaking procyvities 
I..ord's r)ay In the 'Making for the | provincial Institution at tli 
Abiding bite of a Nation." 

The Rpv. I/caler 1j. West, l).l>.. of 
I'.verctt, Wash., will be a leading fea- 
ture of the convention. Dr. West was 
formerly' pa.stor o( the oldest church 
III the city of Norwich, ,(*onn., which 
is known as the Mother Church of the 
coiTimunlty. Previoirs to lila N'or%ylcli 
pastorale Dr. W'l^t wf^rved the V'^lrst 
42j4ft(^,-KgHtlonal clinrch. Wlnono,^ Minn., 
till' fourth city of the St-ite, and the 
home of th'' Slate Normal school. It 
was. probably' here more than at any 
other time in ' ' 
AV'eat t-ame In 
peovile. 



realize what lt_ had achieved until told ; 
by visitors <vho attended the opening 
week. The stadlunr cost apprci.\lmatcl\' ! 
$12.'>,000 — it was built largely by na- : 
ture — but Tacoma would not take $5,- ] 
000,000 for it today. It seats 30,000 peo- | 
pie comfortably, and the acoustics are i 
such that an ordinary voice will c£^rr>- ' 
clearly and dl.stlnctly to any part. The i 
Rtadliim really is a wonder, and -will ] 



mornlh'g's Cnlnnljsl ynu quote mc n.s say 
lug. alfalfa meol . wa.s piodueed from 
Rioirnd alfalfa seed; ynu mtist h.Tve mis- 
uaderstopd jue. 

.Mfnlfa meal Is uroiluci-d from Rroand 

his minl.stry that Dr. I alfalfa Imy. .AlfniTa Jieed Is wofllifroni 

•lose touch with .v'ouuK ! If) to 20 eeiU.i per pound on tlu- innrkcl; 

A ii.M,|,iv. This experience enti)iled within would readily be .'^een that nu?al pro- 

« ! that gained from yearn of travel in t duced from llil.'? seed would innke' ex 

• i lOurope gives him ii message of speiial | ,|,,„„|vc potiliry food. Tlianldnir you in 



reflect great crodlt upon the mnn "•'<■' 
origina ted the Idea, M. Heath, 
tired architect of ^acoma. 
— i^eattle'8 chief asset fron i l^ .i 
•lander's point of view is the ,'iiileudid 
system of paved automobile drivpp. 
7'rom which the -.Mty xnny be seen in 
all its glor.\ . 

"Rl'okane has had li'einendous suc- 
cess \vltli apple orchards set nut In the 
lands surrounding the city, and- which 
until a few years ago, vvere considered 
valueless, because of the soil. Trrlga- 

tipjv by. large pumping, ^ystcius hat 

turned these hinds into wonderful or- 
chards, and the moment a vi.«iltor hits 
town he Is shown these orchard's, with 
thp result Jha.t -He canpot help becom- 
ing deeply lritere,sted iii the west. 

"New Westminster. B. C. Is to he a 
•second Tacoiua. It will be a manufac- 
turing cit.v. On account of Us irrnxtm- 
it,^'"to'the mnuth'Pf the Fraser river, a 
great ileal of interest is being taken 
there in the Jetty at the mouth of the 
(Nilumlda river, and it has been riuoted 
in a petition to the T)nmlulon govern- 
.•^^ir^^T 'note frnin flie article in ihislmnnt for Improvement of the Eraser. 



"WHITE COAL" 

An Asset of British Columbia 



A Correction. 



t ' Interest to young ix'opb 

* i he heard on VX'ednc^.-ida.x- night about 



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^ I In 'Possessed and Being Possessed." j 

He Is a man of Ideas and knowa how | 



l)r. West will ; ^,]^.j,n,,p ff,,- coi-recllnflf tills eri-or. 
('HAS. RODNKY MAiJDe).\ALl.). 



PhoehTx, Arizona. 



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The depth at the ent'runi'e to' the -Kras- 
or i.«i no-\r- 2;- feel; and It Is belie\-ed 
that. Jetties w-btild have the same bene- 
flcLal result there as at the mouth of 
the Columbia. 

"The Eraser River Des^elopment 
league has been organized and pat- 
terneil after the Oregon Development 
league, as hua also the Vancouver Is- 
land r>e\el(ipiuent league, with head- 
Otiarters at Victoria. The work of the 
development league has made Victoria 
very popular, and It -^ • progressing 
splendidly." 



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Pcrhap.s you do hot know that this' Province has lar,ge 
(juantilics of "white coal" which'a.s yet has harrily 
been tappqcK, There is an interesting article referring 
to ii in next Sunday's edition of 

The Colonist Sundayd^agazine 

Many people come and ^c)^in^Victoria with(int ever 
knowing tiiat there fe-aiirst-c-!ass oyster industry at 
ilu' (•iU^■■s door. Read al)0ut it and soc the illustrations 



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The Colonist Sunday Ma.gazlne 

Thcrc'^WX-wealth Of good reading on many subjects; 
thc>c is an article and pictures descriptive of the Salva- 
tion .Army's settlers at French Creek; there are fine 
pictures of modern airships-^and, too, there are the 
-iLsual interesting dGpartmcnts— -in next Sunday's 
edition of 



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PYJAMAS 

ThAt INSURE PKRFE€T REST 

A man cannot expect to sleep well if his Pyjamas are un- 
comfortable. We carry Pyjamas that are 'made for comfort, 
as well as appcarcnce. 'Made on lines that give absolute 
freedom. Styles and atialities to suit everyone. The patterns 
will please. 
Lightweight Cotton and Silkecn Pyjamas from. . ... .$3.00 up 

Flapncl and Flannelette Pyjamas, from •I'a.oo up 

Silk and Wool Pyjamas, from .... $400 up 

All Wool Taffeta Pyjamas, from .$6.00 up 




PHONESySTEM 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ltd. 

1 1 14 Government Street F. A. Gowen. Managuig Director 



Bylaw Will Soon Be St^bmkted 
to Ratepayers— Method in 
Which Installation Will Be 
Made 



Bowes' Liverine 
Salts 

a most refreshing and Invigorat 
Ingr beverage, Invaluable to tour 
Ists as a preventative and cure 
or .sea«ilckness. For all functional 
derangement of the llvn-, btUi- 
Dusness, sick headache, constlpu- 
- tinn, etc., It ls'*unrivaned. Should 
be in ever>- household, for young 
or old. Per butllo. 50c 




CYRUS H. BOtVES 



CHEMIST. 



122s Governm«'nt Btreet. 



Models 17 and 19 

A 

McLaughlin Buicks 

arc tlic latest in :\[otD,r Car conMniclion. As ini- 
pn.vcnK'iUS are' made. SO' they arc \nu into the car, 
and jiasscd on 1," y"!i :ii iIk-' >anic tair it moderate 
price which characicri/.c- McLaiif;hhn lUiicks. ':For 
.speed, cndtirance and appearance they are tmeqtialled 
Let ns demonstrate one for you. 



Western Motor and Supply Co,, Ltd. 

,R. p. CLARK. Mgr. 
Phone 605. T-^ "Ri'f'ad Street. 



ROBINSON'S CASH STORE 

New Goods Arriving Daily 

~ Make it Imperative to Keep Stocks Moving. 

MID-WEEK SPECIALS 

Money Savings for Wednesday and Thursday 



Swiss Muslin. Madras and 
Lace Curtaining3. 

lioth phort and Ipng. styles in 
many plea.sing dcslpns and spot 
patterns, all m">"kt'd at our 

. usual money-sfivliiK caslt prices, 
a ,yaril, 1 r.i-. :iic ' nn.l a«o 

Prints, Prints. 

Priced unusually low, :'.(i . infhoH 
■wide, good heavy Print In pleas- 
ing desiRns and colorings; reg- 
ular price 1-21/bc a yard. Alld- 

,,.,-.,,1, ur!rv.'i-,t <if-,r n v:ird: 1 '■ 

Sl.OO 

Half Price for Ladies" Wn .h 
Suits. 



$8 II. Hklil. 

$2.50 and 



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Tlie New AiriV,;ils InClui!- 
(1 rr-n'.«i 'Undorwear an'l Wo-l*- ■ 
rorte*8.. CaU and 1re< 



Kid Glove Bargain 

•"itol* Black -or .White Kid Gloves, 
wjth two dome fasteners. ?-\>c- 
dill price, a pair , 75o 

An Exceptional Hosiery 
Value. 

Ladles' Superior Quality All Wool 

C'ashmero Hose, with spamle.«i3 

fe«t and shaped leg. sizes 8% 

in,, 9 in., 9^ in. and 10. Spe^ 

' olal value, a pair .95o 

Tan Hosiery Priced Low 

l.indle8',, Tan , Allover Lnco llosn, 
line riuajity, . spliced tne and 
heel, good valuf nt regular 
price 'BOc^la" p,i i .M lfl-wi>fk 

Hpoclal, a pnir 35o 

:i pairs for . . ., $1.00 

Winter. Ooat.tr L arlict ' and Clill-' 
vory iarg« shipment of Bed Com- 

■ Ml iiit'-'icsl you. 



i ONS STORE 

J. E. ANDREWS. MGR. 
Phone 2x90 •'i' '^'''" ^'''■"^ 



After several years ile.sultury ne- 
gotlationa between the elly and th« H. 
C. T«le()hone euinpuny as n-gards plac- 
ing underground the iflrphonc wires In 
the downtown sections tiie ralepuyers 
of the city will sonti have a concrete 
proposition place*! before iheni. Nigo- 
tlallons have advanced far enough to 
permit the bylaw being sulMuiltea 
within a short time, along with other 
luouOy bvlaw.s ,to be voted upon, to 
authorize the raising of »100,000 to -cur- 
ry out the underground .system within 
tiie bu.iiness area bounded by Hum- 
bolt street, Blnchard street, Oormor- 
and .street and the water front, Mr. 
Farrell, president of the \'ompany and 
Mr. G. H. Kalse, secretary treasurer; 
arrived -4 w—*lM»:.'-.eHy yesterday from 
I Vancouver and .spent the greater part 
I of the afteriuion with Mayor Morley 
and the city solicitor discnsHing the 
scheme and as a^cesidi aJ.)ylawjAd|l be^ 
prepared at once for early submission 

to the ratepayers. - 

An agreement has already been 
prepared and considered by the com- 
pany and city -council. This agree- 
meiit which sets forth the terms on 
which the proposed .scheme is to'Tje 
carried out and will be incorporated in 
the bylaw and if the measure is pass- 
ed an early start will be made on the 
wurk. 

Can Be Done Now. 

Seen last nighi .Mr. liaise stated 
that for a number of years there had 
been more or lesS_of an ilgllatkm on 
the part of the city to induce the com- 
pany to place Its wires It} the bus^lness 
section underground both for the reus- 
un of safety as well as for Improving 
the appearance of the streets. The 
time has now arrived when this work, 
should the ratepayers desire It, can be 
most conveniently carried imt. The 
of)mpanv has secured a.slteforlts new 
central "station which It proposes to 
erect next year at the corner of 
Blanchard ana Johnson streets. This 
will necessitate considerable change 
in the company's distribution system 
and there Is now a great opportunity 
for the property owners within the 
limits mentioned above to say If they 
desire the underground system. The 
company is willing to make the change 
bitt Mr. Halse made U clear that it is 
up to the ratepayers who, should they 
decide to turn the bylaw down,' could 
hardly In fairness to the company 
expect to see any such project carried 
ont for many years to come as the 
company would Immediately proceed 
with the changes in Us Overhead ser- 
vice and make large extensious. 
, Lack of Lane?, ,' . 

;.ointed out that, the great 

in ' Victoria is the lack of 

the downtown blocks. The 

, ^_ .... .provided the owners In the 

variSuB blocks arc willing to pro- 
vide tht* nece.ssary points of distribu- 
tion will meet the wishes of the own- 
ers and proceed with the installation 
of the system. All telephone services 
vvoyld tlins be supplied from the rear 
of the buildings instead of the front 
as at present. The agreement arrived 
at with the city and signed ■ by the 
company though aa yet the city c;annot 
sign until the wishes of the owners are 
known by a vote on the bylaw, briefly 
provides that the city is to siibmit the 
bylaw authorizing the raising of the 
sum of "$100,000. Debentures to that 
nmoimt will bo i.sstied and the cotnpany 
\Vill immediately proceed with the un- 
derground construction and new dls- 
tribution. The company will do all the 
work which will be paid, for out of the 
proceeds of the lo.nn. But the amount 
advanced will he paid back to the city 
In yearly payments co\-erlng the an- 
nual charges of Interest and .sinking 
fund. During the term of the deben- 
tures the work will belong to the city 
and after the debenture.s have—feeen 
paid off in full by the company the 
t underground system will be cortveyed 
I back to the company. The net result 
I of the financial operations wtttlre-thn^ 
the city lendft Its credit for the pur- 
pose of, raising the necessary money 
I to carry on the work. During the pro- 
] gress of the work which should not 
take long the city w'iU be furnished 
I with necessary reports to show that 
I proper work and methods of conptruc- 
tin;! ,nre being followed by the ,com- 
i.'ii In fact the company will act 
ill the capacity of contractor for, the 
i city. To undertake the work {he com- 
pany really throws away nil its exi.st- 
I Ing system within, the area 
. Up to Ratepayers. 

On the point of the poasiblllty of 
tha bylaw being defeated by the rate- 
I payers Mr. Halse said; "It is iip to 
them to say what they wish. If they 
I approve of the scheme the company 
{ Ik ready to proceed just as soon as the 
' bylaw Is passed. If not then the ex- 
tensive alterations and' additions . to 
the existing over-hend system neces^ 
sary because of the proposed change 
!n the locatkJn^ of the central office 
will be proceeded with. So far as'th*- 
company Is concerned it really make.« 
no great dlffereiieo. If the .mid-t'rground 
•system Is not wnnti^l and the company 
goes to large e.«ct)enne on future 
ibanges .at)d extei\sl6n.s of the over- 
head system, It can hardly be exjiected 
to again entertain any ht»>a of Ihstall-" 
Ing ati irritR'T6:rotnTd system for many 
years to come. But I l)«heve the rate- 
payers will recoghl'/e that this Is the 
most favorabk>--oi')i»'utunity to remove 
the overhead wires. The cojnpany has 



ajrreed to keep pace wrth the extension 
of the city's local Improvement works 
In the area immedliOeiy-iMiwtJundlng 
that set forth. When the pavement 
e^tensiouB are. being made the under- 
ground svstom of distribution will be 
extended promptly thus sjiving the 
necessity of lattjr tearing up permanent 
l)avemen.ts and so saving the city a 
lar«:e expertise;*' 

Syntem of Block Distribution, 
.Referring to the objections which 
have been made by some of the owncj^rs 
whu wH)uld be affected by the instal- 
latlo'ir oTth'e systein Mr. Halse stated 
that some had a wrong idea of what is 
proposed. It was not <.«he-4Titentlon to 
string the wires across roofs as is done 
In some cities elsewhere. .The wire.s 
"from the main ,street conduits would 
be carried in coiuluils to the centre 
of each block either uii the small lane 
which exists In nuinyof the blo<;ks 
of through the cellar of some >binld- 

ing.s. 

Kvery precaution would be , taken 

against"' rtatnage to the iircmise.Si. I'^om 
the cemral point at distribution in 
each block the wire.s to the various 
t<'lephones would he carried In ^ables 
attached to the sides of the walls ami 

j In any cases where alterations are 
made, to buimil)K-« 'he cables would 

I be removed to any i<osition where no 
Inconvenience to the owners would 
ensue. Xlj'* SJ'«'''Q} ^'^^ h^^nn adopted 
in IjOs Angela's" and'~oTHeT' cllies and 
has -proved highly .satisfactory. I'n- 
less sonie .such scheme as this is 
adopted here the <T.nir>any has no al- 
ternative but to string: the wires ov- 
erhead in the streets. The scheme Is 
in the Intere.st of the owner.s. The 
C(mipanv Is a.sklng no bonus ami cove- 
■nanis-Xo^CP^tf eyerv_£ £Ul,Mmnc-,eilby 
the citv. Ample sectirlty will be given 
that tlie money will be repaid. From 
the standpoint of safety the propo.s- 
ed svstem l.s._the very best. There 
will "be no danger of the telephone 
wires coming into contact with the 




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high tension wires and the service will 
thus be greatly improved. This will 
bo to the Interest not only of tele- 
phone users but aiHD to the cojppany." 
Mr. Halse showed photographs Indi- 
cating the method by which the cabU s 
carrying the wires from the points of 
distribution in each block to the users 
are tnstaHcr^ in D03- Angeles. Re- 
productions of such will be mad< in 
Sunda^"s Colonist; 





VISITS VICTOi 



F. M. Bell-Smith, • A, R. B. C, 
of Toronto, to -Hold Exhibi-- 
tlon, of His Canvasses Here 
—Is Also An Actor 



.Mr 1 ! ' 
difficulty 
lanes In 
company, 



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Northern Crown Bank 



HEAD OFFICE 



V/INNIPEG 



P,,.,,irt^nf Sir D. H. McMilUn Authorized Capital 

K.C.M.G.. Lieut-Govornor of Mam- 

■ - , '" '— -_^ r«,^pp,pi 1 Paid Up Capital - • 
Manager — D. CAMPBELL. f t 



toba. 

rieneral 



- $6,000,000 

- $2,200,000 



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SAVINGS DEPARTMENT — Special care given to 
Savings Accnunts, which may be opened hy de- 
positing^$f.<xf,arfd -upward.s at niiy Branch. 

COLLECTIONS — Owiii.t: t.) -.nr ujnncrous P.ranchcs 
throDRhouf Cnn.ida wc. arc able to make collections 
at .'i niininimn cost. 



Gpdfjfcy Booth, Manage 



r Victoria Branch 




F. M. Bell-Smith, R.C.A.. II.V..C.. of 
Toronto, one of ttte best known of Ca- 
nai'.lan artists and amateur actor. Is 
K» Victoria, a guest at, the Balmoral 
hotel. Thlat atternooh an exhibition 
of his pictures will be opened in the 
rotunda" of the ParHament buildings, 
where a nurnber of , his canvasses will 
be shown, including pictures made on 
the northern British Columbia coast 
during his last visit to this provltice 
and a number of studies made during 
hJs recent .4tav at Glacier. Laggan, 
Pit-Id, Banff and other places In the 
mountain section of British Columblu... 
Among the pictures to be placed on 
view at 3 p. ra. today, tomorrow and 
jrrlday afternaonn nrr: -^'The Klshing 
Fleet Off the Fraser Mouth." Eairly 
Morning in an Indian Village," a pic- 
ture made at .Vlert bay, one of the 
most picturesque of northern villages: 
"Evening in Alert Hay," "Old and New 
London," a canvass which shows a 
piece of nigh Holborn; showing on the 
one side the old gables of Staph^'s Inn, 
while on the other hand Is a skyscrap- 
er the Prudential Life cotnpany's 
bu'ilding, "Kin*!: Kdward and Queen 
Alexandra In the State Carriage Used 
at the Coronation." and many other 
plcttires. These will include London 
street scenes, . French and- Dutch 
vistas. .A Inrgp number of sketches 
made In British Columbia and Lake 
Louise, will also bfe shown. 
, - ' A Seoessionlat- . 
.Mr. Belt-Smith Is of late working 
rrftcr • thV. a g ee B i 'l o ivtst^-Behool;- which 
alms to get uway from topographical 
reHlitles. treating things broadly and 
eliminating to a great extent the small 
details. Jeeriiigly,- this school has 
been referred to by many artists a« 
"thff poster school," but It does not go 
that far really. Mn Bell-Smith has 
alwavs been strongly impressionistic 
in his work, .but he Is now aiming to[ 
get further away from realism, and 
treat things more Ideallstlcally than 
before. He does the mjost of his work 
in his studio in Toronto; his Held 
work being for the purpose of getting 
sketches and toi>ograi)hlcal data, 
rather than completing any work. 

While In Victoria Mr. Bell-Smith 
not painting". He had hoped to make 
some studies of ^lount Baker, as seeil 
from Victoria, and also of the Olym- 
pic mountains, but the climate condi- 
tions were not favoraiil*:!. There. Is 
too much smoke and mist. He regrets 
that his vhrtr-ttld not take place when 
the clearer atmosphere ,)rcvailed. 

On his ia.st visit here Mr. Bell-Smith 
imlilted a portrait of Hon. Richard 
Mctjride. He exhibited a picture "The 
Heart' of Lbndoh>" durlmi; his stay 
theh. That canvas has been houglit by 
the corporation of Vancouver as tlie 
nucleus of a collection. 

Mr, Bell-Smith has In contemplation 
two oiL_:threr. large canvasses on his' 
i^eturn to Toronto and has se^mred 
mt ich da ^ In British Columbia for the 
work. He proposes to paint one pic- 
ture showing the heart of a forest of 
great trees., In the mountain district, 
t.'iklng some of the vvfldegt and"fel-and- 
est of the scenery he has seen to form 
••■ rr-neral scheme of the plctur<», 
' Is lit [vreaent TitHO PTiftaged In the 

I , ,a tygatloiv^ot Chlig. . Dickens' . " Blea ly, 

House?' He Is-a^tbe head of the ama- 
»enr players of 'Toronto who last, year 
1 .ok the' trophy given by IIL-^ Kxcel- 
: iicv Earl Orey for. competition by the 
amateur players of Qannfla. Mr; Rell- 
Smlth wag .at tho head of the t;omi)any 
which won the prize with the presen- 
tation of "The Cricket on the Hearth" 



Specials In White 



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^hitc Underskirts, of fine white cotton, with deep lawn flounqe, three rows 
heavy lace insertion, and-edged with lace. 9QC 

Special today ....;.., • 

White Underskirts, of fine white.. cotton. lawn.i.lomce^__AiBbroidered ^^^^j^^ 
and flounce o f cm hroider}-. ~ _..„.,^..^^„-....., „.,._. , SI •00' 



MR. HEINZE'S CASE " 

WASHlNOTOX, .'\ug. 9,— A second 
A tit of error In "thii-pase against i". 
•NuRUHtus Hein/,e, ^ho was Indicted 
for mlaappropriati'm. of the funds of 
.the MercantiU- National Bank of Xew 
York, of which he was' jiresldent, was 
dooketed''hyth:R l?nrte'd Staff* supreme 

court today. • 

The writ Twas.. i/'?."M "'It to review 
the action of the circuit court in quash- 
iM£f se,ven cofit;^ of the Indictment of 
.March 3 \an\. 

TliP ease 'iva.s V^^ont^ht \>y tlie gov- 
irnmeiil undtr Uie criminal appeal act. 



Special today". . 

WhitrUnderskirts, of extra fine cambric. 26 in. lawiT flolmce', cluster of three 
tticks, and thrce^ rows heavy lace insertion and edged-with lace. $ J,«50 

Special today ■_ 

WhiteUnderskirts, of fine cambric, two mws Valenciennes- lace ^^^"^^^ ^"^ 
one row beadin,-. wilh ribbon and deep lace llounce. Sl»90 

Special today : •, " 

White Underskirt, of fine cambric, three rows embroidered insertion ^"^^^^^ 

with deep flounce. $l«€fO 

Special todav ^ ' 

White Underskirts, of extra fine cambric^ all over emliroidery .^l'-^^'" ^^'"^^ 
lacked iiud cdoed with deep embroidered flounce and dust frill. ^2«50 



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TO BUY THE BALANCE OF OUR TWO-PIEGE SUITS AT 



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Eager buyers have visited our Store during the past two days and have taken 
advantage of the BIG SAVING in a Two-piece Summer Suit. 

It's for the benefit of YOU who have not had the opportunity on Monday 
or Tuesday that we decided to clear the balance of 



50 SUITS 



at the same redujctions. 



Men I - - Think o! the Saving 

jpiS.OO SUITS FOR • $9.00 

$10.50 SUITS FOR • '..'...... ....$8.25 

$15.00 SUITS FOR .••■• r $7.50^ 

$12.00 SUITS FOR .-.^ •••■ ,....$6.00 

$8.50 SUITS FOR •••• ...$4.25 




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Delivered by ,c*rrler at 50 centa p«r 

moiuii. If paiii 111 mivfiDce; 60 ceui« per 
' moinh If paid .aftor the 10th or tuch 
35«Ha£iU-Jkla.netI,, postpaid, to any pan 
of Canada, except tiia city or suburbdn 
districts, wlilc-h are covered by our cftr- 
rlers. or the United Klngdvjm at tlio 
tollowliig rates: 

One Year L.., |5.00 

' »lx 'Months 2.50 

Three Months '. . '. 1.25, 

London Of Hoe, 90-98 rieet atrett. 



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uguSt 10, 191C 



A VISIT TO COLDSTREAM 



TH€L suggestion has . been •..:,-j»fl«te hy- 
1 1 no of "fii'e'" members "■of lEVTeT Cfl;t};zeiTi'^ " 
<'iinmlttee on Water Stmnly that as 
many of the *SF?!pay"ers'r as pan malccltr iT^arrtwjre, mTtp-laRje-maternlty, and ma 



coiivenloTit to do so, should pay- (in 
.'arli' visit ^Goldatream, say oh Sat- 
urday next, and see for thcmselv^a 
\v hat the plant of the- Ksciulmalt Water 
Works company Is. examine the sauriwt 
nf supply, and learn from aptnnl In- 



.Hpeetion -what the~cftaHces"or6ecurinff 
pure water-are, -So -Tac-ihe'v-^ry grjeat 
majority of the cltizi>ns tiro absolutely 
in the (l.-irlc on ihojio ' p..iat.-^, except 
frprn, what jothers have told them. A 
visit t( r G oldatrcam roaorvoir would 
not.on^-be in»tt imt it — wtmW- 

be an^-eXceedingly i loa.'-^iint outing. It 
would be an oxcellent thing if every 
one who .aa maice the trip by 

carriage, oi ,.M.L,,r, and to add to the 
:::*^'"j;'3ea0oyment of the (Jay~liuhches~"should 
be taken so that business and pleasure- 
-coulcJ bi- -a.lvai>t«afeo»»ly eonrblned. A 
I !• " 'f whut the j^operty is 

and 01 u.s value as a source of Svip- 
ply Could be obtained better this way 
than in any other. 



traordlnafi'y than Mrs. Gran's letter Is 
the heading which the Times placed 
over it. She wrote primarily to say 
that cQaditlons OP PeiKler Island were 
not satisfactory In respect to medical 
attendance at childbirth. The Times 
headed. Ui© lett«ir "Motherhood in Can- 
ada." It is as though one, on hearing 
that on some small Island off the coast 
there is no residerit physician, 'should 
write to the papt=-rs about nuttherliood 
in fc:urMpe. -Mr. l'hilllpH-\V'i)lli*y's leitfr 
to tht!___Timt;s is as follows; 

-My -attentloti^hns b.ten called to a 
k'ttor which ap^ieared in your issue of 
JuiK! ;i undor this heading. The sub- 
ject is not one of which I know much, 
but tljere are-ln the klter two or three 
.such tnigleadiug statements that 1 can 
hardly refuse to set them rlghf Jn the 
iiUorests of a t'olony which Ita.s, boiti 
my home for 20 years. ' 

■Mrs. (jeorge Cran, the writer, states 
tftiat on .Pender iHlaud. 14, L\, there Is 
no nurse or doctor; that the Jubilee 
Ifospltul at \'ictorla hua no maternity 
ward; and that at "Duncan, on Van- 
cnivor Jskind, there are only two doc- 
tera^Jn_.tt.- district -ijtf 40 miles. These 
■'i«vv facts" are jUsed to_enforce the 
plea that women should not emigrate 
to Canada because emigration means 



operation. DoubtlesH there will be In- 
dividual complaints, but the vvlsblSB of 
the majority must be subordinated to 
the general good We do not think it an 
exaggeration to say that of all drink- 
ing Sundaj' drinking doea the moat 
harm, and the rigid enforcement of the 
new law will reduce this to a mlnl- 



the misery of unassisted child ■ 



Put so^niewh&t^_cilffe,i;ently^ ibe. Jaci ~ 
fire that the "whole district is served 
by one or other of t\vo railways and 
a-Helei^hone servlee:„uonneati«gi all -tfte- 
threc points. At v'lctorla1,here are-tw©- 
ho a i i it Mls, t h e J u bi l e e and t h e ff t .-Jua:^ 



The banished dogs of Constantin- 
ople now live /oh an uninhabited 
i.sland in tile, a4a of Marmora. There 
thoy are fed by rations supplied' by 
the Turkish government. Public senti- 
m\*OT'^wTn"'not" permit t)ie animals to 
be slain, although their condition In 
their present home Is said to be hor- 
rible. They are' numbered l:>y thou- 
.Eunds. 



'J'he larniers around Kdmunton want 
gtaln elevatora on the Pacific Coast, j 
and they mention Victoria aa.one-of 
the places wiitie thoy ought to be 
erected. There is no reason in the 
world >vhy Victoria should not become 
a grain-shipping point, and the eltorts 
of 1 he people of this city ought not 
to be rela.xed until that result has 
been achieved. 



"MADE IN CANADA" 



An eastern contemporary has reach- 
or! th'^ f'onclusion tha^ there Is no pre- 
j .' Canada against goods made 

in this countryrT\^^thlnKltTTIFl8~q"SfEe 
correct; biil this stHtoniont must be 
couiile.l v.Uli xUo iurth.r ..„■ that there^ce;. i wouUrconVe'back' from "Eng^^^^ 



eph'a. T h e Jubilee has not a maternity 
ward completed, the St.T^^OSeiin'S-HaS'r' 
and in addltioa.,Jbo this there are nurs- 
ing homes .ittrthat city Served by" clTrri- 
petent nurses. Any woman who is "ex- 
pecting to be confined can go into 
town ifl~three_ht:iurs from Pender and 
two from Duncan. 

nrTuIdTtloh to thi.G, .>. ; ig l.s- 

land, three of four inile.s from Pender 
and connected with it . by telephone, 
has -H— r-esldent doctor ujion It, whoso 
business It'" is to visit these outlying 
Island cases; whilst Duncan has. in 
th^ 40 miles radius sjibken of, from 
eight to-> ten^ 'doctors practising, and 
several who,— t-bou.gh q wa 1 1 Jl e fl ."TJfv "not 
practise, but would certainly help in 
an emergency. -Beside s th is t h e re tx 
an oxcellent hosiiital and doctor at 
Chemainus, about U miles from Dun- 
can, and another at Nanalrho, about 
;i7 miles by rail from th.e same potbl. 



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Being English, I like fair pluy, and 
the truth is that «4ve can give you In 
the Duncan district ■ in a flve-mlle 
radius (not 40)^ a good railway scr- 
vico, four churclies, three doctors, two 
golf links, and two tennis cltibs; whilst 



Virtorhx's' doctors are,;!)!!!/'. two hours 
distant by rail, and as for them, hav- 
ing l>e«i under their knives tnore than 



arp certain lines of goods, \yhich are 
prodiicod in better ciuality :,!:.r.'",id than 
I 'reference i^bod^ 

ii'ie.-j iiMi. indicate a lacK oi p.;jtrirjtista 
upon the part of thoSe who display' it. 
aadlan manufacturer hfts a right, 
; i.,ii>ect people t-o piirchase an In- 
ferior article, beeituse it ,i^. made^ In the 
country, wh'en they "Ciin get "a better 
(•ne innd>' e'si .vherc for the same. 
Ill 1 strongly favor the 

".Made ITT' caiiruia"7rata," but at' the 
.-: imp time we hold that. In proportion 
leil u|ion, Cahadlan manu- 
i,n.L<iii-j.-,'uuglit to seek to imiirove the' 
quality of their products. Several 
! 'lings, have to be taken into consid- 
, ; itlim >iv mhnufactyrefs beft>re they 
right To expect Canadi.ahs to 
give a 'I'lreCerenoe to Canadian products. 
There is general adaptability for the 
purpose IJor^hlch <hr articles ai"i( In- 
tended, fiuality of material, in certain 
lines style of finish., cheapness, dura- 
bility and so on; If a Canadlaii manu- 
facturcr permits an outsider t'o surpass 
hint in either of t^ese respects, he Is 
unreasonable to expect that, the lab<ii- 
■•MMe^ia-SlanadalVjKilLfiLeU-JiiH. goods. 
>ve ao ntit say that-A CjBrtadian riiight 
not reasonably be expected to pay as 

-■Hraefr,-itt nd not be uuvvil itn g to pay 
even a-little more for a dorneatie pro'~ 
<iuct than for" one .br foreign origin^ 

--t>^her'^^tfrtHg& 'bei' ng eq ip i lr V ^hrntil- rrtrghtr 
tp be willing to contribute to the build- 
ing up of high-claas hbrae industries, 
and by high-class we mean industries 

, whose products are high In their class 
Avhctber they. are nails pr pia.rtofortes. 
^v. !. inclined to. UWrtk that In 
respect to manufactured- foods "tVere" 
la a distinct prejudice In favor of 
Canadian producta. There Is a useful 
lessen in ?':' ' r all manufacturers. 
The genii.. in whieh» such goods 

are held i.>< (hie to the general- honesty 
•with whicli H,,,,- ,,-.■ i.repared, To taico 
11 familiar ' 'anadlan cheeati- 

•has a recognized .standu- . -1- 

3ence. 'There are certain ! , , ., 

~<lltles that hav ..n 
<Iard of o.xcellence again.si which uu 
«imllar products fj-()m ' roir'iKn 'c'ouh-' 
itries can hope to comi- mliy. 

V/d are fully in accord wuii muse who 
appeal to CJinadiahs to p.itronize Can- 
adian ^rotjucts, but ,we couple AsJth'^oiir 
HdvocrFcy'of this' Idea tlie demand tjiat 
f'an-adi.m manufacturers shall not ex- 
jifjct patriotism on the jiart of c.on- 
f^iirnors tr, ni.ikc up. for'Iaelt nf tfi,,r- 



td be' treated by them. 
What more would our pioneer Women 

ask for';- 



Things seem very much 
were" In munfcipiil circles. 



jrou 



the 'J'oronto , Globe aays that ittie 
Hudson Bay railway wlU be privately 
owned but under governTnent control, 
so as to keep It an efliclent factor to 
prevent a monopoly itt-^e.tratwporta- 
tjon of fl3h and trniir u- • -^'':;' '- __,^ 



■Ath; : Is four hundred 

miles north <.f iin International 
Boundary line, and on July 9th oats 
were, growing there forty - three Inchea, 
high. (Canada's farmln.R.„Jielt grows 
wider the more is learned about it - 



The Montreal WltneiiB pleads for 
flower growing. ISk** In Victoria, 
whfcre we have ao many flowers,- ^the 
appeal la not out of place. There can 
hardly be too many flowera. Like 
the study Of the liberal , arte, they 
soften the maimers of men. and eradi- 
cate brutality. . 



Atrocious clmelties are reported 
fi- bm Morocco, and a demand Is spring- 
ing up for the Sultan's removal from 
Office. The mutilation and ' torturing 
of prlatoh er»-iTaB Increaaedto BttclTan 
extent that the- rc'presefrtatlvea xil for- 
e Ign pow ers Tiave ' lodged a jointlj^ro- 



The attempted murder of Mayor 
^aynor. of iVew York, la one of those 
events that cannot b^ foreseen 
guarded against. If any man had a 
right to Biippose he" could go abroad 
Safely It wa s May or Qa-vgogi^Xor whom 
no one has' anything but words of 
praise. . 



Mr.'"Wlinani Whyte, vice president of 
the Cftrraaian 'Pacinc, denies offlcially 
the stiirlos 'sent broadcast all over the 
United StafiR that imnihrrant.fi info 
Canada \- urning ii 

'"''■>■. II-' :-.!.. .. u. few ii)a\' nave f' 
''iMi.rl. l.iit this was to lip PXppCtf'. 



.^p. akiiip of the conditions of Camp- | 
belltown, the St. John Telegraph says: j 
"As tjip "claj[s gro|;t^e8J,.^_t.^e. sj tua^^ 

..g-caws more seriou*. T'he monotonotis- 
roiitiii g of tent life Is growing on the 
people, who are becoming more or less I 
despondent.. The relief comthTlfeos are 

JVLurklng _hard and zealously, but all 
elements which go to m"aR¥ life miser- 
able seem to be conspiring against 
them. AH day-Saturday the rain, fell^ 
In torrents and I'roni n-i side noth- 
ing but tales of woe eouid be heard. 
Hundreds flocked tO the relief tent 
seeking Jood_ aiid -mtUtrosBeB. both -of 
which are a very scarce article at 
present. This, la a sad story and It 
ought not to be-posiaible to t. " '• \v'>th 
truth In ^ rich -eoSttJ^S^ Hl^e 1 

Since the proposed formation of the 
company to extract sunbeams ■ from 
cucumbers there has never been any- 1 
thing nice the Optimism . of -certain 
supposed lead«yj*-of public opfnioh in 
England. Just now one set of them 
is ' deiivtng-~oic*Bns of comfort trom 
Sir Wilfrid Laurler's observations in 
regard to free trade. There was.ju 
time when people In Canada used to 
think the British papers fairly, drip-i 
l>ed with wisdom, and when those 
papers certali^ly treated public uuea- ; 
tions with a sense of dignity and re- 
sponsibility. But at present there Is 
nc other newspaper press In 'the world j 
that Iridulges In such Ijasty and vlu- j 
Jently par tlzai^-'ifijpreaa ions «t*j^wln- 
ion." ■ 



The United Statea Houj<- i-i Kepr-;- i 
sentatlvea ^as passed a bill forbidding j 
sales of cotton unless accompanied by | 
the actua i delivery of t he goods. This | 
meaQs, If the bill 'becomes Jaw, and | 

-i-ied so far as cotton Is concerned, and i 
It wlinbglcally follow that the same I 
-tew- w ill be ext e nde d-not only to all j 
klhds^ of produce but. to stoc ks as.well. 
li this ever b<?come« the^case Wall 
Street, as It . now is, wfll haye to go I 
out of business. Probably the country 
would be quite as ,-well ' off, although 
there are people who will tell.yoa that 
If It .were not for the profits to be 
H'*fle_'h- stock gambling no money 
would be available for raitwaya <»■ any 
olhfir works requiring large amounts 
of capital, o^^Whldh we do not believe 
'a "word.'" "'; '" " " ' "■. ' ■■, 

\ j^l^m lll^ i l|| )f ■|^ - | '[ I 'M iii ' i i^i i i , . 

The- King Ib' winning- the good opin- 
ions' of all with whom heia-bfoughtln 
c+mtact,' 1*;e#tJ«^ew Jw.yas a first- 
class sailor, and now we are told by 
the Illustrated London Newa: "King 



sold lerrsnd^ "tlTIir^cfiaracterlstic thor- 
oughneiBS with which His" Majesty 
deals With everything he undertakes 
notj-w-as^-Btrongly evidenced during^ the 
memorable week he has .just been 
spending at Alder.«ihot. Turning out 
dally" at an early hour the King went 
everywhere on hojseback, and person- 
ally inspected every thing. He-4»how - , 
ed a closte personal interest In the 
men, and making informal.lhspection.s 
of the men "at home" as it were; also 
going over the hospitals and training 
^i-bools." Incidents are gh- ' h 

hriw how great attention 1> • ii. 



!ile larger 



.nip. 



ii-t 



A TIMELY CORRECTION 



A numbex of English school teachers 
at<. t,.i,,i"'r p.. = tr"rn ( 'anada, and they 
• n an much impress- 

eri with the character of the Canadian 
newapupers that they have rnneluded 
that the iieople who ihepi 

rtiii6t -nave oeen crniiai.-o in i-wnjland. 
At .th>i'l-l8k of betraying a Cknadlan 
Pdxication •• • mark "this is the 
Mmn;" 



I T 



'I'lie J'-i I er ofr-^MfSi^^^ gra n . -^rrt ■ ' ' 
1 n the extra ct given, below , came undci'. 
^mr^^ttention at the tim.e it appeared, 
end we intended making- reference to 
if on a /convenient . occasion, but Mr. 
;i'hll!l7)S-Wolley has So adthlrably dealt 
with It J^n_ a^cpmmunicatjon -rte — Hrtrf 
l,ondon Times, -wltlch we : rer>rfKluce, 



-, ..... il.J vL-.l ... , iHtlCS 

' ',,ij,mblar-^Jn4^fer8li ■ ach- 

' ',1 111., (•(ji.iclu'slon that cigarette smok- 
ing tends to dela.v_ th e physical de- 

-v+4«fw»fT7t'nT-1^f)irs7iro^hat they lose 
about . iL-hf iTiovohs time In the first 
eight' their life. In other 

words n. sa.M3 mat a boy who smoites- 
clgarcittes will be eight mo«th?i Inter In 

-^■t-tlng hl'mself for fiil 
training than a non-sfmdl. 



paid In the way of a "ripply. We do not 
suppose that such lettii-.s .is (hat ii.f-. 
Mrs. Cran are \Crltten i 

■lo deceise. Thc\ orlginule prubably. in 
""•!m'i'i'"r(''e 'j riiiowS-dK-o, and '■5\-hn.o vro. 
ma'.' • 'bat III. . . I 

JurlKiiierit W'OU,l<i h.-i\'e Jifi-voittjixL , IJAV 

writers from attempting to deal with 
jiiatters about wliirli they know little 
<ir nothing,, wo all If now toh-^eH—htr.v 
the desire of. people to apjj.ight what 
they think are wrongs often ovRrc^imes 
even their -seas© of Jutftlce. Mor^ es- 



The weather man ..says .we arogo- 
Ing to have warm weather and plenty 
of it. Thla„jiMiayl be .xL,aafe_aub^ct.-for 
him to talk about. J5i^ v- i-.j-r, qu^ 
evening— cttotem^Hrrary wii ililnk 

■ ne??es8atTr'-t<> "en fl "'"'-■• " a cut, 

: then It will rain .... ..aluro 

ceein.i f-rV take "deliglit h\ Showing OUt 
contemj)orar>''s wi'.il!.' ^ |iroKnoHiie,.i- 
tlon«< to be wrong. 



\ iccoyntR come in it seems i>rotty 
clear that the new lioensd, law was 
well obsitTvt'd on the first Sunday of Us | 



.Ml'. \\ . J. White, Dominion iinmit^ra- 
tion inspector, does not share in the 
viev; of those who antic ipate a seri- 
ou s crcp- 'Shortage on the prairies thi>! 
year. He says: "'Aftei^an extended trip 
through the wheat fields, chiefly in 

ce 1 1 1 1-., 1 Sa.Hka te'}|cwatl,.r''hltervlcvvllig 

f'i ' . r'anfTncllhed to 

think that the total wheat crop for the 
three J>ro\';inrr.i will be 100,000,000 
bushels. The c ■ ith'-r l.s lilUng'jTTr 

the heads ana ilie yield will then be 
materially Increased. The oat crop re- 
quires rain, and hay In m»ny- pa r t s i.i 
■seftreer-T-he-whoat-CTflp, .?UffIlS_the..,.yari 7 
oua railway lines Is goofI7 excoptInK In 
a portion of southern Manitoba niui 

.sp_ut;fe.^U. SiAS-katchew-an^^ This is a, 

smaller erop than. .of-lHLSl jear, but 

oAvIng to" the .gericraT" shortage el^se- 
whero on this Continent, It will proh- 
ahl.v yield the farmers Tnortr-money. 
-so that IT the prbceeai-eould be distri- 
buted generally the ' local fnilnres : 
-woutd-mako verj'ilttlB difference in ihe | 
general rf*fiult. Unfortunately this ca.ii- 
pot bp the case, and iherf-fore iri tho«c 
localities where the crop is -poor, thic 
wlU be a lean year. On the whole, 
howevef, taking the masnltude of the 
crop," the high priea of grain and th-> 
very active period of rallwaj' ron- 

fitriictlojj now being experienced, w>: 

tlVliik It rea-sotiable to expect that the 
liralrie provliicf>M will have at lpas<t 
mn-grmrh a year uf» laxt, if not .a bet- 
ter one. 



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m Furniture 



Exh ibit Briiigs 





Comment 




If you contem 
not FIRST visit Weiler' 
and economicany supplied 



niy'wir: (lining--room funiitiirc— y. m \\i1iTlTr-T<wi^MDlf---*R^ctual injiii^^^^^ you do 
. Tlurc IS no poiisible dm!n,£>--robni furniturr iKed iliai caniioi he satisfact-erily 

'I'r. - / . 

WE INVITE YOUR CLOSEST COMPARISON . " 




: MOffS 



Dining-Room Extension Tables 



Pedestal Exte nsion "Tables in quarter cut oak, golden I'iui.-^h, 
round, 44-iii., extending to 6-ft .J^30.00 

Similar to abov e, 48-in..' extending to lO-ft. Price $50.00 
Pedestal Extension Table, square, 40-in., extending to lo-ft.. 

quarter oak ^15.00 

Massive Extension Table, claw feet, 48-in., extending to 

ro-ft., (jiuiftcr cut oak, golden finish . * ..•. .... ., .$60.00 

Round Table, 52-in., extending to lo-ft., qiiarter cut oak, 

golden finish, five masstve-^egs . . .'. $.50.00 



Early English Designs, Round Extension Table, .15-in., ex- 
tending to 6-it :.^...,. $1,5.00 

Round Pedestal Table, 45-in., extending to 6-ft ,. . . .$18.00 

Round Pedestal Tabl e, tii so li <i «[uarter cut o ak, 4.S-in., ex- 
tending to io-ft. . . , .,. ;*._i ;\. $45.00 

Wfr^lso havti' a variety of lower priced tables, such as 

DiWing--room Tables; iii fir,' golden finish, 42-in., extending 

tole-ft^ «t $7.50. , , ■ ■ ■ ■■' 



China Cabinets 



ggno'fturmttire that igiVables vmj tn charming- 



. A most necess5ty~^^4i#bn-4^^ fumislrefHJtnlfig - 

ly display your fancy and antiqite chjnaware. 

Xhina_Gabinet5, in Early • English oa) <. Ch ina Cabinets, in Early Engrish, oak,_il China "Cabinets, in golden Qak, from. 



finisTi^T^rom. 



$16.00 



fromT^: ...,$25.00 



$25.00 



Dining-Room Chairs 



Very' pretty set, in solid oak, golden tini.sh, .solid icathei-^ 

seatS; • Six in the set ...!.... $26.<M> 

Handsome set in qtrarte'r cut oak, leather scats, at $39.00 

Iland-carved set, six small chairs and two ariTi chairs, beau- 

tifully-rrpjhol&ter'ed, and in .i'mi;-! cii! oak ....$260.00 



bcis ot .SIX. m J.:.arly 
"T>ets of six, solid cak 

Of course \vc r;inv ;i 
not mentioned in the abo\e 
individual, pieces. 



■Cnglisli finish,- sad 



.$17.25 
$25.00 

(if chairs 
and wiiich arc also sold in 



die. seats. 
Karl y Knglisli finish . '....'>. . 

niiivt CM oiisive stock 



Sideboards and Buffets 



'1 tr.ipiMMiii item, and we. give you below 1 a fe^v 



'S wlu'cli will 



Xext to the Tabic tiie Si'lel^'iud > ■! I'.niir; 
'iiitcrr-vt roiiv , . ....-^ ...._ -.-.....,,._. — 

Sideboards, in Co, Men l'".liii. imm. each ..'....... .$1.5.00 | Buffets, in S<ilid (Gulden Dak, from/earh $32.00 

Sideboards, in (',-l.l('n S-i;i.i.,r Uak, from $17.00 I j^ cc ^ i- i v v \ ,> I'-'r • 1 • oin,^ r^rx 

„., , J •■ c I i,» 1 .11,,, 1,-,.,-,, vB-xi <'m Buffets, in r.ariy hngush (.)ak- finish, ii'iiiii $25.00 

Sideboards, in Solid Oak, golden, Ironi :^.*-^l.^n^ ' J >^ / • t — •-'•■^'" 

Buffets, in riolrfrn Surface Oak. from, each $25.00 Bufiets. in .Early JSnglish* Solid Oak. fnMii ,,...•., .$35.00 

.Many people hke a particular .style of upluilslcring, and y r are at nil t'tiij^ willing tc< receive and carr}- nut ymir 'dcas, 
not only in -the u.pholstering, but in the designing as well. 



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In Conclusion 



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More people arc visiting us THIS AlO^i'^'H than in ahy August before. They realize that Weiler's prices rcpre- 

■ sent, the REAL, saving, that Weiler's policy is ONE T'l^K'E TO ALL, that an article is not .sold at "less than cost 

price," and then made up on another to the innocent Imycr, but that every purchase made here is a goo<l and .sound 



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investment. 



Use the 

Ladies* Rest 

Rooiii 




Just Try 

Shopping liy 

Mail 



fmmm 



tt»ti> W-fV- ^^ W-t* 



W*dn«a((iiy, Aui^uat 10, 19tO 



VICTORIA PAI 



XY colonist/ 



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If It's From the 

Montelkis Piano 
House 

It's a Good One 
The Kranich & Bach, 
Brbadwood, Bell, Hain es 
Bros, and Chickering Pianos 
grace the studios and par- 
lors of the leading piano 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nation. ' 

Any )f the above names 
on the fall bpardrof your 
piano is not only a Guaran- 
tee of its Intrinsic Value 
wherever you may go, but 
enhances " your taste and 
judgment in the estimation 
of your friends. 



] sociai/anq]^ 

Mrs, Elizabeth B. Spencer, of Port- 
land. Ore., li a guest at the EmpreeB, 

♦ • • 

Mrs. J. Mf. Whitney and family are 
visiting friends In Vancouver. 

• • - ■ » .• • '^j^ 

Mr. Simon Lelser left last night on 
a business trip to Vancouver. 
■ • * * , 

Mrs, Steward, from €raHttmo Island, 
Is in town for a few days' visit. 

Mr. Herbert Watson, from Calgary, 
is on a business visit to the city. 



Mr. 

Mr. 



F. E. MlUer, Mr. C W. ^ohtisond 

and Mrs. Jv R. Lowe. Mr. C. K. 

ere, JAn. L. E. WUHamB and Mrs.! 







E. MpCleriahd. 



MAYOR GAYNOR 

IS SHOT DOWN 



(Continued from Pas» 1.) 



Mr. 
Island, 
lorla. 



J. .Jx)ng, from Salt Spring 
is spending a few days InVlc- 



Pavne, from 



acro.s8 the ship's rail until Adamson 
came to his assistance. . 

Then some one drew a steadier chair 
to his side and Into this the Mayor 
sank with relief.! A few minutes later 
lio was removtid to the state room, 
where the ship's surgeon temporarily 
bandaged the wound preparatory lo^ 
his removal to St. Mary's hospital, 

Rufua Gaynor, a son, was the only 
member of tht) mayor's family present 
\ylieii lie was shot. His wife and other 



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Sold Only by " 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO liOUSE, LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 

Corner I'ort 'l'*-!- 11 

B. P. GREENE 

Manager Victoria House 



Saturna Islan'd. are In town and arej .•lilldren were at ♦''^"/laynor country 

guests at the Balmoral. P'ace at rft. •I"""'". I-;; ; J,\^,f "-!''', 

, , « I (Jaynor was notified by telephone or 

Mis? Lillian Elford left ye.sterday 1 the tragedy, sho made a spectacular 



Children's Wear 

DN SALE, TODAY 



on an extend'cd' "viHit 'to 'Tfthcouver and 
the mainland. 



run bv automobile. fu:companlod by hei 

turn N'orman, crossPd t;*ic Quoen.sbor- 

iiugh bridge tn Mnrihaltan, sped norosK ', 

Vnti- the island tn the llud.1011 Klver ami 

'•"'* I , . r,.,.,-!.,.., <., ., police pa^- 



Mrs. T, M. McAullffe. Miss M, i^mb-. -; - ■ „„v,„i,„„ ,„ ., 

vlck and Miss. D. .Steward. , are visiting was taken to HobokmAn a 

Mr8. (Drj H. Jones, View street. p'^^',;;."",'^, ,auiost overcome when she 

, .ij, i-wu-lied St Marv'.s liO.HpltuI and was 

Mrs. Wm. Vey and chlldreti f^ j X,. itted U> see her husband but n 
leaving for White Horse on ^^^ ^^Zx^;:^t. ShesK'^xf^ iomoi^ ilu^^^^ 

Ktliel ilengut, a ilaugfiter. 

Harely had a wduiicletl man evinced 
more fortitude and eheerfulnesH than 
riifl .MavoT ClajTior today. Ho cvrdently 
tluiHRbt wlien he was -bnlrrg- -earr-led 
(Inwn llie (•<impanliinwi.i\- I'rnm the. fhip 
on a Htret(-her that his wmmd was fa- 
tal, for htr .smiled faintli' ami .said to 
TlWae ni'ar him. "Tell the people- 8-"'>d- 
hye." 

To hl.s wife iuid son llufus,- he .said 
at th(! hospital: "It is very strange, 



steamer Jefferson from Seattle. 

I i."" • 'K 

Miss Agatha Nash, Battery street, 
who, has -boon enjoying a holiday visit 
to Vancouver, h'as returned to town. 

• • * 

Mrs. L. E. Williams and Mrs. K. , 
McClelland, from Seattle, are , Spend- 
ing a holiday- iii, the'-clty,- ™-.™— y- 

♦ • * 

Mr. and Mrs. HendefSon, who have 
hull ' enjiiylng a holiday visit to 



hi en enjoying a noiioay visii <-"lat thi; hospital: 'It is very strans 
ir.lunda_iJi:_TacQma. -have returned -taj-^,^^^^,.^,,^^^ j wonder why he did It 
town. Hut afno^tlme did the Mayor express 




-Onnif— Pn«». Braia« Rnd 

Tr«n«formatlon« lu all 
Stylei at 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 

DRESSING PARLORS 
•Phon« 1175 Dourl«» St, 



Atr. John Pearson and Mr. Percy 
Whitley, from Ottawa, are spending 
tlTeir summer holidays with friends in 
rhe-ncigiiborhood of Duncans. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Blnghame, of Van- 
couver, are leaving town next week 
for a visit of a year's duration to 
Europe. 

w * « 

A. K. Hlncks, manager of the branch 
of the Bank of B. N. A. at Hedley, B. 
C, Is the guest -DiJir. and Mrs. A\ hil- 
lans. Broad street. 



H. MacNell, solicitor for the 
Kailway Con^pany, returned 



the Charmer to Van- 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

Honiton luce, as supplied to 
H. M. The Queen Mother. 



1214 Broad St. 



Madame Russell 

shampooing and 
Manicuring 



Hnd all kinds of Iinlr 
ordnr 

OOXr»TBHAT ST.. 



715 



irk r.ia.lfi to 



PHOiri: i&se. 



Form(>rly 
(.f Musi 



MR. J.D. A.TRIPP 

of iho Toronto Conservatory 



.Mr, --\. 
V. & S. 
last flight 'on 

touver. 

• • * 

Mr. A. Harvey, nKcnt for John Rob- 
ertson & Son.s, "left la.sl nlKht fur Van- 
couver on route^to I'rince Uupcrt on 

a business trlpl 

-f > • 

Mrs. John Goulde, who has been the 
guest of her aunt. Mrs.. lUldare, in 
Boston, Mass., for thfe ptist few weeks. 
returned to Victoria on bunday. 

• ■• • 

Mr and Mrs. Watson and party, 
from' Seattle, who have been hi town 
spending a few days, leit yesterdky 
on a motor trip to Alberul and other 

west coast points. 

..^ . • • 

His Honor the Lieut.-Governor and 
Mrs Paterson have Issued Invlialions 
for a garden party, to be held at Gov- 
ernment House in honor ol the Mfatl 
tu \ictoria of Sir WUfrW Laurler 



Piano, Virtuoso and Teacher 

On the advanced grades of piano play- 
ing, will visit Victoria one day in each 
week after geptpmber 1. 
Address P, O. Drawor 7?5. 



ilT fe'ellng toward the m nh^^lto '-won id- 
have klUddhhT. 

The A&sailant 
Gallagher. Judging by appearance. Is 
-not a lunatlii^-liis mind is apparently 
8« sound as STny man's of fifty odd 
yt-ars. Imt he has nourished in hh< 
iiearf a^WaTred rfor IVIiiyor Gaynor 
ever since he was discharged for in- 
competency,, last July, as a nit,'bt 
watchman In the department of docks 
and ferries. Since then he has re- 
peatedlv writfeh fry-thC' ttia.Nt.r-, Jihotiy- 
mously and otherwise, harping on an 
obsession that he had been persecuted 
anil demanded redress. He has even 
written to the governor, so it became 
kwnvn tonight and lie went on board 
the Kaiser Wilhelm Der Groijae today 
with the expressed purpose i)f murd- 
ering the man \\-frr,m he chai^^ged with 
having robbed him vi his i.>read and 

butter. , ' 

"You took -the bread and butter out 
of my jjriouth." he. shouted as be ap- 
proached the mayor, ihiii 
, Ills weTtpon and fired. 

Latest Bulletin 

NEW YOKK, Aug. lu.— This bulletin 
on Mayor Gayuors condition was Is 
sued at 1.30 a, m.: 

"The mayor la awake., and Is cheer 
ful He has no pain, and is conyers 
ing freelv wlthbLs hur.ses and pl-.ysl 
clans. The indications are that 
will have a good night. , , , ,, ,.;_ 

"Talking to those at his bedside the, 
mayor said; "I have been forced Into^ 
strife an.l responsibility against my 
will. I have "aone my best, and this 
'seems to be thevft-esult-" 



L.....i. 



girls; PRINT PINAFORES, colored. Regulcir, 6qc, for 

gTrLS^ I^OPLm (X)Ti^N © $2.50 for . . ..... 

' Regular. $z i.2q for . ...,v...^.. • ■ 

GIRLS" LUSTRE COSTUMP:S.,-Gaai..aacL.Ski.rt. Regular, $4.00, for 
MISSES' WASH COSTUMES,_colore(LZcphyrs, Drills and Pqplins, 
Regular, $2.50, for- 
" " Regular^ $3^r'for 
Regular, $4.40, for 

""^Regular; $5.00, for 

G1R1<S" KILTED SERGE SKIRTS, crcaiu, navy and red, 

Regular, $2.50jind $3.00, for . . . ,^..._._, 
nOYS' (;.\K.\TE.\ WASILIJRESSES, 
CniLLiiEN'S ivUST 



"«■ «"-i 



...$1.50 

. . . $3.25 

> ^o.UU 






T....$1.75 
, ^ .. .$2.50 
.. ...$3.25 
$3,50 



Regular. $l.OO, fnr . 

( '( ^.\TS. Regular, $-'.50, for 

CHII.DKEN'S WASH COA:rS, cotton. Regular, $1.45, for 
A\ 111T E M US^LIX DRESSES FOR GIRLSANl) MISSES, 

. Regular, $5,X»Oj f« u; • - • • 

Regular, $3.75,- for 

Regular, $2.50, \^'\' . . . . : 

INFAM'S' WlHTl''. DKl'SSF.S. Regirlar, $1.65, for 
. Regular, $1 .00, for • • • • •"•'^•rr-i- - • 



..$1.75 

.......60^ 

$1.90 

95^ 



- 




: ... J 


I 
1 



.4. >» f.|i 4if f\ tt,t <,A*..,^?.?."^* *ft 

"' •^'.- Si -: .- 



h' veiled; 



Dress Goods and Dress- 
mal<mg a specialty, A 
large Jlnd expert staff. 



Thomson's 
ting Corsett. 



Glove Fit- 




1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



^..$3.00 

-..$2.25 

.. $1.75 

...$1.00 

65^ 



Latett ld««» In High 
class exclusiv* Miilinary. 

Dent'* Glovea. 
Morley'a Hotlary. 
Dr, Daimai'a Linen Math 
Underwaar. 



he 



Mrs; John Wtsbyj^ — frqiR— i-HWons 
England, who Is touring Canada,, ar- 
rived in Victoria yesterday, and after 
spending a few days here Int^n-i i; 
ing over on a visit to Seattle. 

.•■ ;♦ •■■ • ■ -i 

Among geatUe Visitors In town are: | 
Mrs. M. P. Conlan. Miss G. Houghton, 





Every- 
body 
goes 
to 
the 




Every- 
body 
goes 
to 
the 




a 





,„ __v ft corresponding I Kingdom. Wa.<. It not aiYant folly for 
guardians^ ^.h.t thev now ^Td inlrnionlsis In Great Brltnln or In Ireland 
amount .to wlmtthej now CXP the demand of the Red- 

_?utaoor_j:emr and^^^ ^^^^ Rate *t-th« very 

In the workhousos "^^P^^^^^''^^^''^, -mj n^oment when the. Irish party w**-cli^r. 
become «"?„*' Vf« nee fh^ with vigorous ly breaking up? The Kedmondltei de- 
JpSosTt^on^'f^om ;>rr'"Lr!Rua'rdlan»i signed tp deprive the House of Lord, 



Arose Out of Long Standing 
' Rivalry Between Unionists 
, and Nationalists— Pfofessor 
Dicey on Irish Politics V 



through«>ut the country. ., 

The Molilll (county Sllflro) guardians 
have passed a resolution protesting 
^Balnst the proposal, and a dlscu.^s.on 
followed whether Mr. Jol 
sh.ouUl set a, copy of the reflolu^on. 

The chairman (Mr, Mooner) said that 
Mr Uedmond had tried to show won- 
derful flnanclal advantaRes they- ^''*'"«f 
rcaplriK from Rngland until he ha.1 heen 
nlpp.-d up hv the Roman Catholic arch- 
blshTn. of Dublin. Since then he had 
b.on .'.llent on the "great advantaKes. 
Mr. lU'^ih^ond deserved no credit for tn« 
Old.AKe Pensions Act, an act which had 
wlthoHt any agitation m 



of" authority, and by doing so make It 
possible for the-»o-oa-lled t.lberal ma- 
jority of the present house of commons 
to carry thrpuRh a Homo Rule bill 



John R.-dmond without havinB obt-iined the aHsent of 



3rd Annual 





At SIDNEY 



At the wefe1<ly_;neetlnK of the Galway 
frbnn Council on f^-xiurday Sir jatnes 
O-Donohue proposed the rejection of the 
WirSTmion- of the " Iri s h-Bre w e r s- a nd-t^ia^ 



■OiS- 



' (By Timothy J. O'Connor.) 
lifBLlN. AUK. 9.— Kor over four 

liours a riot has raged in the city of 

Armagh and it . was BPrtel" it--o;clock in .^-. 

the morning :jvhen iJicrtiOlico succeeded^pHr-ty-had Jnlspjaeed 
e; In restoring order. There Is a great rl- - '-•"*■ °"' 

1 valry between the Unionists aiwt -Xa- 

tiooallsts to secure a majority at thOj 

local elected bodies, and gceat ingenuity 

Is being displayed In voters removliiK. 

from ona.wardto anotlier_Ior_JLhe_8pe-- ! 

clllc phrposfe of def.-iitlng cfn=tHln can- 
didates at the elections. Almost One 

liimdred removals were in progrc-^.s 

when the riot commenced. 
i The most Serious trouble icok plac 
! In St. Patrick's vvsrd, which is tlio Key 

of the whole situation, Uve color of its 
I reprosfiitatlves d.-cldliiK whether the 
i Nationalist.^ or tlu; ITntonisis should 
i have the majority In tho council. At 
I present it is represented by Nntlonnilsts 
, and the Unionists are making every en- 
i deayor to win It back, so that they may 
j be In the same position as they occupied 

l>efore the passing of th« lao*^i» ,<e}uv 



Dublin) 
agaUlst 



\<ffx\ passed 

Ire-land. . '^ ' ■ . 

fh* Balroihery Teounty 
guardians have al»o protested 
Mr. Lloyd George's pi-onfl^aU . 

Mr R I Rooney, who proposed tne 
«solutloW:^:H?8»-.Xhat.-_Jthe:-Kattbnallst 

fbo Irish people, and it was .their duty 
ta-«how-the people that the gov«^rnraent 
had not bribed them 



the people of C.real Britain. The dodge 
which might enable n majority of Eng- 
lisli Radicals and of Irish Redmondites 
to obtain a virtual repeal of_the Union ' 
would^ also make It possibly for Union- ] 
Isis who had olrtalned a majority In ^ 
the ho\isc of commons to re-estnhllsh i 
the Union pf Great Britain and Ijeland 
on terms. It might he, far less favpr- , 
able to Ireland, .than those on which the 
Union Was now maintained. - 

The Freeman's Journal says:, .".The 
subscriptions to^ the JNallonallst . .part_y 
fund up to date amount -to £10,61!.. 
About this time last year the figure Was j 
£3,200: during the corresponding period 
in 1908 th£-,amount received was £4,40ff 
amrin^^irW It was JMSS, To people 
uMcqQaWrfflT'vtTh-thr-Trharacter of the; 
campaign waged against the' united' 
^Uledge-boUnd' body of Nationalist rep- 
'"resentatlves the figures will prove a 
surprise. They had been lecl to bellevo ! 



Style and Value 




Saturday, August 13th 



r.rca'^v I'ole 



SPLENDID PROGRAMME OF SPORTS 
Baby Show 



' Reels ■ 



Pipers and Brass Batids 
Sword Dcincinj; 



Scotch 



Special Train Service 



! prnmont Act. Thore were a number of 



Fare— Adults 25c, Children 15c 



GET A PROGRAMME 



THE PLEAS ANTEST PICNIC OF THE YJEAR 




POTATOES 

' The 



Host on the Market at 
Per ioo lbs. - - 



POTATOES 

Reasonable Priced 
$1.25 



SYLVESTER POULTRY SUPPLY HOUSE. 70» Yates St. 



•Pf 



-«?■ 



vacant houses in the ward, and these 

were tKken by i • • '■ i ' ' ' 

other wards.* 

Carts Attacked 

A NationulLst cruwd had n'- 
and no sooner did the carts with furni- 
ture appear than they were attacUcd. 
Thanks to the efforts ' of t h« pol ice, 
however, the tenants managed to get 
their furnliuro Into the housei without 
.Jjmich .da.in»ge,,_ \i--m nii.hi'.irni (h.vi.it.- 
tlie fact' thKt i' 

the buildings, t. :..■■.■■■■. ' 

determined onslauglvt jw them. Many 

; windows were broken with bricks and 
stones. Tho police drew their baton.M 

raTid~"cIiafSeti^'the Nationalist, crowd, 
Vhlch they soon scattered ' In all dlrec- 

I tlons. One policeman. Constable Lena, 
gjjan, sustnlned a severg^"W ound on th » - 

l^end, cau«edn=by a^WMir-_S£°*" " ■"""•' 

' W^iich was thrown from the~Nii' 

. quarter. ,' , , ,,, 

1 On the followlnsr day the clt/ mills, 
owned by Mr. VSfilUam James Best, and 
into which ITntonists were aLs*! .JC^.^H^I:. 
ing with their furniture, were 'niade the 
subject of a speolnl attack. ^ .'?omo frOnt 
wln<Jows were smashed. This was th« 
moat serlous> part Of. the disturbance, 
I oji the police', under the command of 
'"T>islrlct Inspector Culhane-, charged the 
lassnilsnts with batons, i\.nK' put them 
; ovpr Banbrool< Into their ovvr> poarters. 
] Th«> crowd then turned Its attention to 
I another irnlonlst, Mr, Thotnas Mann, 
pobllenn, and shiashed two front wln^ 
down of his house. They also attnckei 
! the house of -a' Unionist named Thoma.s 
Kiirr, tJradiialty thn efforts of the po- 
1 ilcp bad the desired efr^'or. A ISrgi- 
i nuinbfr of extra police have been drafi- 
i chI into the rity nnd pnrty fr- llnK fins 

I vrry high. 

Oppose Froposal. 

I The proposal to compel boards uf 



tlllnrs' Association protesting agamst 
tl,c Budget. Vie said that the resolution 
wHH a reflection , on the Nationalist 
partv In general and on Mr. Redmond 

Ui p.irli.Mihn-. The resolution was car- 

At tho fortnlglitly mdellnn "f the 
Trim Iturnl ("ouncll,- Mr. Shefldan pro- 
p...M.d the ndoptlon Of\the Brewers' reso- 
lution The council decided to postpone 
the consideration of thf> mntt«-r for a 
fortnight. ' _ 

Airose Out of Boyeott. 

M ii,..'(V.untv Mfiyo aS8lz..'s Mr. 'Jus- 
tice Kenny boant im appeal by the 
Oaremorris district council against an 
order of the county court judge award- 
ing Mr. Patrick $7r)0 for the malicious, 
burning of a shed iind Its content.4. It 
was statod in Uelialf of tho applicant 
that he Vaa boycotted because he had 
taken land from which k family had 
been evicted, although he .had been com- 
pelled to take Ik' as an action had been 
brought against him by the landlord. 
He had supported Mr. .lohn O Honnell, 
Mi.-p;,~nir-the--l««t-:electlon and had been 
denounced by Mr. Conor. 0'Kelly,Alr. 
.lusUce Kenny, in dismissing Uie appeal, 
said that the Ktate :orihTnr« around 
riaremorrls was a .dlsgracaTn-tbE.xoijn- 
trr UMth reference, to Mr. Connor 
O'Kelly, he could only say that 1/ the 
rat.'pavers' were bnrdene-^ with the 
amount of the decree In this case they 



by speeches in Ireland and England, and i 
writings In thje press that the Irish peo- j 
pie had realised tTrnt th'e party had for- 
feited all clnlm to popular support by 
a policy compact of treasons and blim- 
ders. They were assured that the Na- 
tionalists of Ireland would manifest 
their disappointment and anger by re- 
fusing to contribute to the fund for the 
sustenance of the party. The declara- 
tion was Bometlilng more than a proph- 
ecy it i\-as a positive statement, held | 
lo be wholly Justified by olrcumstanecs 
upon which Uuionlst and dissentient 
Nationalist dwelt for the purpose of 
showing that the highest interests of 
the countrv demanded that the poop! 
Bhould refuse to support the Irish party 
and the National movement. Never waf 
a pre<llctlon more wholly falslfled; never 
was an Invitation more contemptuo\ialy 
relerfd. The largest Contributions t') 
the fund have poured in nt times when 
criticism assumed U.i most insidious 
nnd malicious charnoter. From the out- 
set the tactics of the strife-mongers 
were appreciated as another attempt to 
disrupt the dlsHpHned force that had 
the support of genuine Natlnnnllst opin- 
ion ' 



Fit- Reform has made its greatest success 
among those whose wardrobe formerly cost 
them almost double what it does now. The 
warmest friends that Fit-Reform has, are those 
who are most particular and exacting about 
the garments they buy. 

Fit-Reform is the perfect blend of style 
and value in high grade, hand-tailored suits 
and Overcoats. „ 

Fit-Reform offers the newest,and choicest 
of the season's styles, in the newest and choic- 
est of the season's patterns, as originated and 
perfected by the master designers and tailors 
of the Fit-Reform organization. Yet Fit Re- 
form prices are within the means of practi- 
cally everyone — Suits and Overcoats, from 
$15 to $35- 



ALLEN & CO. 



FIT-REFORM 

1201 GOVERNMENT STREET 




had largely to thank Mr. O'Kelly for it 

^fr -tuntlee^ Kenn^y also awarded ?170. 
...inbensot'lorv to Mr. Micha-j Dillon, of 
Claremorrls. for the burning of a ouan- 
tlty~nf~P'traw ^nd ^>ftt«. - MK Powe'.L 
K.< C,, for tho applicant,, st^ated that 
ryillOh was -a- marked man In tlite dis- 
trict. On .January 19 Mr. Connof O'Kel- 
ly made a 'Bpeech Iji which he sald-that 
he would 'Wipe out the I 'V - _J3ie 

Brfctts, and the MrOarryp ^ 

At the' meeting of iho Trim rural 
councllfodr notices wera rccplved under 
the Malicious Jnjories Aet„ in which the 
total amount of compensation clslm.ed 

WB^ Jfi.f'r.ii. 

Views of Professor Dlcay. 
\t n meeting of the Primrope I.-eaguf! 
ni ui^nageary, county Publln, a letter 
was read from I'rofeHsor Picey reeret- 
tlng his Inability lobe present. All the 
nrgimients. he S.Tld. which v^ere f n tW to 
Home Rule would deprive Irelan* of 
tbe right, and wo«l<l In the long run 
deprive her of the power, to svall her- 
. self of the resources of th-i L^nltt-d 



•' G. T, P. At Courtney Bay, 

'ST. JOJl.N, N- H-. Ausj: y, — !♦»■',■.' 
tatT around- Cpurtney Ba?>', \yhere the"! 
J3,X\\r\i\ Trunk Ea^iflc terminals and 
dnpk:r-wi-lt--h<r--h«4Ur--haa.jaJxar.oJx.,£dr, 
vanced and the owners arc holding out 
for high prices. A great boom is ex- 
pected there next ..^.ejar, wheji, It is 
said, construction work will begin on 
an ex.tenStV(g scale. 



ROYAL BANK OF CANADA 



Incorporated 1869 




NOTICE. 



The public of British Columbia an>l ! 
vrsltOrs are cordially Invited to" meet th<5| 
Ttiglit Honorable .mr ..Wilfrid Laurler, | 
O. C. M. Q- P. C. Premlef-nrCRflsiHn.t 
at a„ public recepilQn ..to bo ten.derc^d by I 
the premier -and members of the exocu- ; 
tive. council of the' government of Hilt- 
j„h ColumhlB. tti tiie Parliament Butld- 
ingS, VIctiulM, on Wednesday, the lah 



Capital Paid Up. 

Reserve 

Ti?tal Assets' . . , 



**•••« 



$ 5,000,000.00 
, . $ 5,700,000.00 
. , . . $70,000,000.00 



A General Banking Business 
Transacted 



Instant at 



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Provincial Secretary 



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New Premises Are 



Manager Victoria Branch 



Being Erected in Government Street 
For This Bank 



Subscribe for ^WZ COLONIST j 



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VICTORIA WEST lIlANCIf 

Corner Catherine Street and Ew)iii^ialt RoAd 

SAVINGS BANK ACXX)IINTO A^ JiMClAWIf 

A. C. FUtCHERrManAger. 






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W*dnMday, Auguft 10, 191Q 








^ We have a Complete Stock of 

BRITISH AND CANADIAN 

ENSIGNS 

UNION JACKS, BUNTING, etc. 
4 LAUNCH FLAG POLES, SOCKETS AND 

HALLIARDS 



A 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 



"^The ShtDchandlers" 



1202 Wharf Street 



ass 



NEWS OF THE CITY 

Brigade Called Ovit 
A grrass lire on Blnm-huid Htr«et ; 
culled out the arc (jepartmeiil, yester- | 
day iil'ternoon at 3 o'olook. No damuB« j 
was (Imio. 



Ra-Modelling Quilding 
The ro-modelllnK of Iho old Y. M- ^ 
(.'. A. <iuirrter8 la pruceedlnis very rap- 
idly, and It Is expected that the work.; 
of nnlshlng the ofllct; rooms, of which i 
the-n: aie twenty -aU will be completed j 
about the mlddlW of Sei>tf hiher . 



't? 



CLEANSERS 



Of 

Universal 
Merit 



If it is a cleanser YOti wish a ,c:lancc o\cr thi- li-t is sul- 
ficent. Every one of these are wrU kn<T\vn to 1 , ■: leaders: 
Globe Metal Polish,thefinest-melal c-leansef made, large tin 

; rr'ii ; V :■ . . . '. . . . 25c 

San Juan Cleanser, m ade in V ictoria loc 

Putz Metal Cream. Ipef -tin . :". 25c 

X-Ray Stove Polish, per tiu ... . , , • -. ^o- 

Mechanic's Tar Soap, Jj^^^*-'^ ; ^^'~ 

Dustbane, ihe sanitary' floor clcAncr, per tin; .'.'. . 50c 

Liquid Veneer, per bottle, 25c anxl .,i 5°- 

Powdered Amonia. per pki 20c 

Prices Night Lights," per liox. .......... . .....^ _- 40c 



H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 



L 



Corner Fort and Douglas Streets 



Phone 178 



Hou*e and Lot Sold 

Th? house and lot at the corner of 
U..vernnient and Toronto streets, own- 
ed Uy Mrs. Audorsoii, was sold yes- 
tcrdnv to Me.ssrs. Miiynard & bons, 
the local' auctioneers. 'I*hp conKWer- 
atlon was In the neighborhood of 
$7,000.' 

Daughter* of Scotland ; 

The Dauh-htors of Scotland will hold 
their rcKular inmnthly meeting n\ me 
Sir AVilllani Wallace hall tomorrovy at 1 
S.30 p. m. Xfter tTie inialnesa meeting I 
a social will be held. J.adie.s, will please 
briuK cal<ps. All memliers and friends 
are eoraialb^ irv-itetl. - — ;: ■■—-' 

Government Agents Transferred 

Mr. F, C, Campbell, for the pa«t 
ofghtewT "nioWs gbvernmevTl !i(?ent trt 
Fort St. .Tohn, has been transferred to 
Uiu-iservUU- to succeed Mr. WatUer who 
ha.s been tran.sferred to Fort tJeorRO. 
Mb. Campbell left last night for his 
ne\r"poai. He "has Ueen . Hpendtng-sn«: 
past few day^ In the <'iiy. 



THE WEAJHER 

MateorolofflcHl of flee. Vlclor|ia, B. C, 

at « p, m., .\ugu8l !), litlO: 
HYNOI'Sfte, 
Tlie preasuru l.s IjlghcMt on the Brit- 
islj Coluniliiati coast and low areas cen- 
tral over the nocklen cover the I'rnlrle 
provinces; light Bliower.? tuive fnllel^-«'■ 
t)HWHon Init In all other tllstrlcta ttne 
warm we,it.Jier lias lieen general from 
the Faclfic to the great laltcM. 

Ti'iMi'KKATt^nr:. 

M1n. Mux. 

▼ictorU SO ^0 

\'aui.ou\ i r ■■•-.• "•" ' ' ' 

New U'eHlniin.ster '■ &'' 

Ivnmloops "'■ 

HarUPrvllle *''> 

I'rince lluperl ■*•• 

AMln ,. '. :'»< 

1 •avv.'idn, .V. T. ■'^ 

Calirtiry. -Mia. •...:. ^^ 

\\'luiili)eB, illan. . , •''! ■ 

IVirtlnnd, Oi-e -"i ' 

.•^an l-'ranclHco, ^CaJ.' ''*'■' 

FORTCCASTS. 

for •:) liourM from 5 n. Tn.--(-Pa(*l-flc 
Tlnio) WeilnesiJay : 

\'iclorlii and Vipinlty; .\In,|prale. to 
fresh southerly winds, geneially f'lr 
with not much change lu temperature. 

I,uwer .Vliilhland: I.,lght ut moileralc 
wlnd.-s. I'air^aml warm. 



SH 
70 
60 

SI 
Mi 

7f> 
7S 
58 



TUESDAY.. 



HlglieJft .v. . .;: ; .v ; 

Ijowesl ........ . . . . 

Mean . . 

Sunshl««7 12 hours. 



.>7.a 
■fill 
iPi 



Great Reductions 
in Ladies' White 



To make room for our Fall 
goodii now on the way, w'e are 
oft'ering all our large stock of 
• l^dti^s' White Waists af greatly 
reduced prices. Wo nnist clear- 
(hem out and hnxc slaslied the 
prices accordingly. 

f'-'rill ati^ see them— the prices 
will suit vi.ui. 

Amotis tliem are a number of 
Tailored effects. dainty l.,awn 
Blouses and fine Slll< Walsta. 



GJ. Richardson & Co. 

Victoria House 636 Yatet St. 



Have You Bought Cut 
Glass from Us ? 

The reason we ask this ciucstioii is, that although 
w'c do not pretend to carry' the- largest slock, Ave do 
offer, at all times, the Best values. 



™^ MIKADO 
BAZAAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special Bale for Bamboo Blind. 
8x8, Jl 25. and 6x7 75c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 




TBtBEST GIFTS 

arc those which last. For this 
reason gifis of silver are always 
appreciaied. To distinguish the 
best, look for the trade mark 

1847 ROGERS BROS. 

Handsome presents may be 
selected in spoons, knives, 
forks, or fancy serving pieces. 
"Silper Plate that Wears" 
Sci? (e.i Sffi, dishei. w>'fcrs, 
tie. . are ^timptd 

MERID'^N BR1T» CO. 

tot n H T T F A r>I V'-. T>F A ( Fwa 





JAS. LEIGH 4 SONS | 




Lumbsr 


Wliol'^fftln and 
I'veliiil 




Miiis 


Lumber 




Foot of 


Lath 




Turner Street 


Shingles 




Victoria, B.C. 


Bill Stuff 




and jimnufacturerB of all' klrd* of\ 
Sash, Factory and Planing MUl 
Goods. 



■Tiu' Safest ' .W ) I )u.-t v Can.^- 



BOTTLED MILK 

From tlie 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

Dealers in 

I'ln.c^t Ice - Cream, . Cream, 
Milk, Buttermilk and Butter 



V^ Hydrant Inatallation Delayed 
'Work on 'the Installation of some 
nltleti--flve hydrant.s will be undertaken 
by the engineering department withiu 
a short time. The work has heen dc- 
irned for some lime owing to the In- 
abilltv.to secure the-necessary viily/'f- 
A supplv has been orderftd-from (Ul- 
cago but will not be here for several 
weeks. 

Foresters Picnic 
A picni<r, whloh will tak^j the form 
of an e.\ciir^lon "to Duncan. wlR bei 
held hv tho Ancient Order of Forest- j 
ers of "this city u.i the :J"th tnst. Thej 
" Foresiters of the thriving island com-, 
uumitv it Is pi'oposed visiting -havcj 
j.repared an excellent ■programnie^gf : 
■sports for the entertainment of their j 
guests from this city. Arrah'gementsl 
iKive been made for a special iran» to 
bring the excurs.ionist.^ InnK •!;'■ .- '"'■«•• 
night. 

More Permits Issued 
Building permits were issued ycs'- 
;crday by the building Inspector to 
John'ounn for a stable, to Be erect- 
ed at, tho corner of Hillside avenue nnd 
Quadra street to ':ost $250; to G. Vanl- 
rlght, stable on Caledonia street, to 
co.xt J200} to W. \j. Johnston, three 
frame dwelling's on Rudlln road, to 
cost $1,70« each; to J. McLean, dwell- 
ing on Trutch street, to cost $4,000; 
(Jus A. Porter, dwelling on , I-.lniJ.e.p i 
avenue, to cost $3,500; George Collins, | 
brass foundry on Constance street, i." ; 
cost $.'30. I 

Will Attract Settlers \ 

.\ achcme whereby the interests of 
\ ictoria and Vancouver Island will be 
i . tmsideratjly-- -adva-nced- has ^resulted 
iirom an inquiry received by the de- 
Tveloproent league from an Old Coun- 
1 try source! The Inqnirer, Mr. Joseph 
Llacksun, of South Shields. Durham, Is 
the special agent for Canadian steam- 
ship lines "at that point and — h« — Is 
anxious to obtain literature and photo- 
;,'raph8 illustrating Victoria and vicin- 
ity. These have been forwarded to him 
and will be, posted outblde his place 
of business In South Shields, and will 
undoubtedly, have a considerable ten- 
dency in attracting settlers to this 
part of the Dominion. 



- — New supply of. funeral numbers of 
the Sphere, illustrated London News 
and draprile, just received by the Vic- 
toria Book and Stationery Co. Ltd. 

These are all out -oX-i«:int .l» ICnglaiid 
now. . '" • 



Daylight Service to Seattle li,\ s. p. 
Iroquois, lea\ing 9 a. m. daily, except 
Sunday, from Victoria Dock Co'a wharf 1 
next Post Office. ' 



The Empire Typewriter Is the 
cheapest and best machine of the day. 
Victoria Book & Stationery Co.... Limit- 1 
ed, agents. ■• • • 



Tou can deposit your, money at 4 
per cent. Interest with The B. C. Pei - 
manient Loan Company and he able 
to withdraw the total amount or Any 
portion thereof without notice, 
t'herines'ure" supplied- tn eai^h <le» 
posltor. Paid up T^ipital over n,^i(<tiT= 
OOO, assets over $:;, 500,000. Branch 
office, 1210 Government street. Vic- 
toria,- B. C. . • 



Early Shipment of New Bed Com- 
forters al prlccH iind 'lualilies wliich 
will astonish and please you. Prices 
$1.00, $1.25 and up to $4.75- Ridjln- 
Bon's Cash Store, 642 Yates street. • 



LETTER FILES, 
FILING CABINETS 
CARBON PAPERS. 
CARD INDEXES 
ROLL TOP DESKS 
FLAT TOP DESKS 
OFFICE CHAIRS 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

"2 1 ^'atcs St. riionc 730 



Latest Importations From China 

I>a(lles" anJ Genln' Kllk undorwc»r. 
Foft. warm, tieat and llahl; tcentu ov- 
;»maii In boauilful MrlppeU silk. The 
■ newest styles of beaullfvU embroidered 
► Ilk klmonaa. Nolhlnji nioro beautiful 
The loveliesc allk embroidered dovlles 
ever eliown. 

Quojra aiAH Ftriro ft CO. 

I', O. Box 98. 1716 Government St. 



11)8 Jar Ql Qualilii 




.„; |.. 



Eints ?i-i:r. 

Quarts ^1.50 

jlalf (^allon.s 5^2.00 

For Sale by All Leading 
Grocers 



DO YOU KNOW 

Tlial our ice >'. ,■;; i - tnadc 

Pure Cream, Only ? 

That inval'iiLs liiid •' ■ "ix 
nonri.shing. Try i; w 

fountain or have it scm lo 
ynnr lioine. 

\\ (• pride onr-^el\-es on otfr 

cakc'^. eh' ". ■ '!.ti <■- aii'! jcs. 

W'r kiiMW ihc hiph (jiial- 

ii \ Ml' I Mil- prn-hnc. 

CLAY'S 

Tel. TCI 619 Fort Street 



Compiling Voters' Lists 
K.xtra efforts are being made to com- 
plete the compilation of the municipal 
voters list. The 'list for use in vot- 
ing upon bylawa will total about 6OOO 
names, l.irgely in excess of the num- 
ber on tho last list. The eompUntlon 
of the mayor's lists and the wardll8t.>< 
vv-l U.-4y>4-t>t!.^-t^t«i»l«4-«d ■ U n 1 1 l -^a>o- end "O-f- 
Qt: toll er x lnTAn.gyvhlch month the regis- 
trations will be made. Itisimposslljle 
to state \rhat -the numoer 01 names 
will be__thi8 year, but there "will be 
an increase following upon the growth 
<d" population in the city. For the 
forthcoming by -elect Ion Jjj_WilXd_Two, 
consequent on the resignation of A1-" 
derman Russ number, the saine list 
us^dntttrsrtast' municipal e'lectlon will 



McClary'8 famous Steel RanRcs and 
Heating .■^(o\es at Clarke & Pearson's 
1S13 Wharf Street, near Jlyhrvnon 
Street, Victoria. * 

Daylight Service to Seattle \'y !>. s. 
Iroriuols, InttA'ins' '♦ n, m. dall.v. «>xc«»pt 
fnndny, from Victoria Dork Co> wUarf 
next Post OffSce, 



Your Photo Will 

Always Please 

Ydu 

li ,voii ha\-r it taken by us. 
Our applianqes are ..MPrto- 
(latr, all Work . gtiarantec'l 

^nd 

I'RICl'-.s Till-: LOWEST 



Geo, H, Larrigan 

STUDIO 

1230 Government Street 

I Jl'licc r'hone-2302. Res. 687 



Sustained Shaking Up 

I'm. illy K'vinK up. .vesterd.i; - • !; i 
noon, after having fallen Into the shaft 
of tho freight elevator with a box of 
goods on top of htm, .Sidney Hyle, an 
emjiloyce of the David Spencer- <,'o. was 
taken home In a serious condition. Mr. 
Hyle althoughJiuxt showed great pluck 
in trying to continue his work until 
the day was done, but he. became so 
weak'' that- .he had to be rerpoved to 
his home about 4 p. m. ye»terda.v. Mr. 
(lyle had been wheeling a small hand 
truck backwards to the edge of the 
.-ihaft from Broad street. The elevator 
was at that time at an upper story. 
Wheeling truclt too far, he lost hi." 
balance on the edge, tho box of goods, 
truck and man ■'piling to the bottom 
-Home 12 or 14 feet. When picked up .he 
was conscious and_wa.« given ijiedlcal' 
aid immedlateiy. His llmlis were 
.•••pralned^ ()ult<^— »e-vere]y although no 
boncLS.wjpre .broken-. Determinefl to (in- 
isii the day he went back to work, but 
linally gave up and was carried home 
In a_carrl»ge. 



August 

Brides 

Brides uf ^iverv season 



n.-itially receive many 
n t useful in the hpnierThe 
most appreciable present' i- 
one that is 'Serviceable yet 
beiiutiful enough to reflect 
the good tiaste of the givor, 
^iich as a piece of 

STERLING 
SIL VER 

Hundreds of delightful 
suggestions await you here 
from the modesr sil* c n:ir 
artistic pliot^ frani- 
_ur_another,of the latest Hng-, 
li^It TtovcrtTesT'up to a^fwag- 
nificent cabinet of solid sii- 
vcr-'--gifts thaT""'may !io 
Iianried down to future fren 
e rat ions. 



W. H. Wilkerson 

'i'hc Jeweler 
915 GOVERNMENT ST. 

Tel. I^K^>n 



4 -T 



FORJl 
SALEJi 

SOME GOOD TRACTS i\ 
OF CROWN GRANT ♦ 
-"^«^D LICENSE===^=^^| I 

., 'j"i.Mrn;:R I 

AVFIJ, SITUATED t 

■ I. 

Fort George j 

, ' , • ,' 

I can offer some ' good J ! 

acreage, about 5," j mile- I 

southwest of the townsitc. J 

Field notes may be seen |; 
on application. 

Price $8 per acre 
Subject to prior sile 



Ernest Brammer ! 

Tel. 2095 
Office 644 Fort Street 



..♦.-♦-« 



Fine Educational Pictures 
,_l',vyo._vC.Dl.-.'\nc cduca t idun 1 iiio\- 1 n« 
liictlircs wlli be shown at the Romano 
theatre today' And tomorrow. They 
arc N'atlvc Life in .Mallaca, and A Trip 
in a Trawler to the White Sea. This 
\r. oil'' of tliivlicst scenic pictures ever 
.sh-ci'. n and some of the scenes were 
takeil'by the photographer at J.he peril 
' ' r iVi s "Itfe. • It s "Fhe" wave.«i "in" some i n - 
st;inces wcrt? dashing clear over the 
iioat. The Washington fiuartette will be 
licarrl In ''The Rostiry." by Nevln. This 
arrangement of The Flosary ps a quar- 
tftte in an untisual one, heluK^ ver.v dlf- 
fl(;u'lt but beautlfiill.\- Vvritlen As It 
requires (lerfc-rt balance and blending 
of I'lie .several vilces to- bring out the 
T>'''mrTtWTsnf 'the piece, it Is safe tb .ia.\ 
that it will be well rendered by tho 
W'ashlngion Cvuarlette. Tlii.'^ numlier 
w \]\ follow thn (>ictiirc fntilled, "The 
Uosar.\ ." 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 

Something new and from 
a good recijie — in fact .1 
guaranteed reVijir. ( )ur 

Dry Hopper Food 



Ask your neighbor about 
i t . ITc '" h a s iTf c a rrl 1 of ' i t i f 
\ oil have not 



Bannerman & Home 

• Broad and Johnson 

f 'I' on ('! 4«7. ..-.,., ......,.:-, 



Excursions among the Gulf Island."* 
Wednesda.v s ^nd Saturdays. Xow is 
'the time to see the.ne beautiful Islands. 
The novelty of this trip cannot be ex- 
lelled in «n>- fHirt of the world. Take 
V. A S. train connecting with' jhe 
steamer al Sidney. For further Jn- 
tormiilloa Ulephone 511. ' _ • 



Kodaks 



and 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 



Maynard's Photo 
Stock House 

ri8 raudora at. amone m-3M. 



Trust the care of 

Defective or Ov- 
erworked Eyes 

lo me. M}- iuciIiimIs are 
thorough, and I use only the 
best lenses, carefully ground. 

J.HLePAGE 

ETBSiaHT 8Fi:CXAZ.IST 

P.O. Box ^25 

I . ■ 

Government 5f^ '" Victoria 



Advertise' in THE COLONIST 



Smoke the 

Silver Tip 
Cigar 

Made of clear Havanna filler, 
'ita the best dgar on the markrt 



Offlcf! and Factory. 
1046 MASON STREET. 



REDFERN & SONS 

■: AtiKXTS 

-7;- Victoria, B.C. 



1009 Government Street 






W 



^Almost New 



Motor Car Bargain 



p>assen^. 



\ .M'ulcl 10, ■.j.-cyluidcr i]uick Automobile, carries four 
sngrr-^. i- crjirfplctc with top, glas.s front, full set ( if head, 

1 ^mc and tail hH'nps. with other equipment"" 

I This ca-r has not ran over 2,000 miles. Cost Si;4QO.OO. 

■pOwncr WTtr in Ke';^"! ,0(50.00 lor 11. ' rs m I'Vr .slitipe. '' 

I ' ■■. ii. ^ p / — ' i.i _inj i ^ni i _ij L? ~— . -'■^ '■■ ■■■ ' ■'■ " ■■ ' ■ ...ail ' ' .-,—1 — !-t .1 I ' i 'mT . '— ' 11. — . ■ ■. " , .1 ' ■■■ ' ■I.- iiL^ l i.i 'J iI. ' . ' -! '" 'im1.m lLl« J .-i.. .. -.. .i.. 

THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. opposite spenoera Victoria, B. G. 4 



O- 






I 



Y.M. C. A. 

Tem porary Quarters, 120 9 Blanch ard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading and-Gajme Rooms — Hot ami CoUl Shower Baths — 
Men's and .Boy's Summer Camps — Summer Membership 

50c per inonlh 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD HOME 

At a low figure and on easy lonn ■ ■^.'<' new .six-room house, situated on 
I'avlft Street, near Fort street. Concrete foundation, double floor ' an J 
walls: oak mantel, cellar floored; morlern conveniences, etc. 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yates St. 

I.unih.r il.-alcr.s am! in.'inufH<'l ur ''t.^; 



V«» Xismber, Saab, Soon, sjid a.U XiuAm aT SxilMlwy SCfcUrt*!. «o to 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



MBited Z.t»MU«7. 
Mill. Office »n« Tert*: 111* Govermnent St.. P. O. Box ijt. Telephone S*t 



Another Shipment of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Ju.'it Arrived 
— AT— 

Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Street 

'Phone L183 . — — 



Compare 

Tliese Prices in 
Groceries 



Qaulity"aiid satisfaction al- 
ways guaranteed our customers. 
B. C. Cream ' , tin, per tin, 

'. ...10c 

Sugar, Jn lb sacl<, per sack. $1.15 
Royal Household Flour, per ."acU 

. . $2.00 

Rolled Oats, ';•' • ... .35c 

Jelly Powders, t f'li- ....... 25c 

Butter Puff Biscuit, half pound 

,.;,. ',<at;" 20c 



A. Pool, Grocery 

{>2,\ Yates St. riionc 448 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

We have Jn stock tlie following 
Scotch steel Joiata; 

.^__l4,^i5xi2... . - 

'" 12x5x32. 

—5X3X11. 

Immediate (l^llverv or shipment 
ab d(::iiired. 



VictoriBlillactiinery Depot 




OUR PLUMBING WORK RESTS 

on a thoroujrh' knowledge of the. work 
and upon our rule to do our best wllti 
every order' we undertake. 

■WHEN WE ESTIMATE 

on the coat of chanKlnjf your old bath- 
room Into a h«nrt*K»rne, sanitary (»ne. 
you'll be surprised to find that our 
HRures will not exceed tjiose of any, 
though our work la admittedly 
superior. . 



Sabscrtbe for THi: COLOftllSli 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 



^ 



Smoke has 
effect) upo 
Malthoid Roofin 

Stilphur fiiniet around smdking 
plants, eat up a metal foo* 'D 
•hort order, and very few other 
materials can withstand the «c- 
uck. Malthoid Roofing doea 
the i^usincss. Engineers and 
owners of property in district! 
affected by these fume* will save , 
money by looking carefully into 
the merit* of MaUhoid. WriftI 
for ipccial honklet. 

R. ANGUS 

Agant Wharf St., Viotwia 



JTboat III 



SILKS! 

Pongee .silks, China silks, 
japai'icsc silks, -Vll colors are 

shown and lowest prices 
g t V en 

Lee Dye & Ci.;' 

Kext to Fire Hali 
.jGormorant St. and 707 Vort^ 8t 



K ' 
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sMAtbO^kduMikiMmMm, 






W«dnMday^ Auauit 10. 1910 



MM UN . . SiSSSSSil . ll . I ■ ■ , M i,l I . ^ ^ 



\ Nothing Healthier Than 



or All 



This lime of the year. All the best brands are stock- 
ed by us—those recognized by connoisseurs as a 
glorious triumph of the brewers' art. In these good, 
wholesome brews it/s a Question of proper ageing— 
quahty. Not how quick, but how thorough. Not 
how cheap, but how good. 

EINEzOLD PORT AND SHERRY A 
.-" SPECIALITY __ 



Pleased' to have yoa telephone your order. Our 
delivery sy^teiB=is4)erfect :> 



1^) 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 

Tel. 1974 ' 1327 Douglas Street Cor. Johnson 



1:^ 



Open 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. daily 

Crepe de Chene 



In white, cream, yellaw. pink, heliotrope, green, old 
rose, bine, grey and black. 



1 



LEGAL t NTEli lGENCE 

,- Court of Appeal 
Morton v». British Colui;^bla Elec- 
tric Railway Co.: KegUgfcnce— Con- 
tributory negllfifence— Street railway 
company— Excpaslve spood—Duty^ ot 
driver to have Ills car under control. 
M»re negligence or want of ordin- 
ary- care or caution will not disentitle 
a plaintiff from rucoverlng In an action 
for darfitiKOS nnlesa It be. such thjit 
but_for such negligence, t^e accident 
could not have happened. ' , , . , 

Where, therefore. phWUtlff alighted 
from one of the defendant cQinpam' » 
cars at night time, at u point where 
the street w«8 torn up for iwrposes 
of repair, and the .bell on a cur Im- 
mediately behind that from which h<i 
alighted wa.s clanglng.^ and going be- 
tween the two cars and looking up 
and down a parallel traok J.ofrun: 
crossing, but s.H^lng no car approach- 
Inp ht> was UL-vortheless struck ami 
injured by an approaching car, ruunlnK 
at an excessive rate of speed on sucli 
parallel track. , 

Held that hp was entitled to recover 
1,8 It was the duty of the drtyeC to 
l)av« his oar under control.' 

McCrossan and Jlariier, for appel- 
lant; L. G. McPhilllps. K. C, for res- 
pondent company. 

JAUNT TO GOLDSTREAIVi 

Water Committee Will View Esqui- 

melt Water Works Company s 

Holdinge on Saturday 



Those members of the Jotit water 
committee and such citizens ay desire 
to make the proposed trip to C.o d- 
stream ne.MB^at unlay when the hold- 
ings of iheWfos.iuimalt Water >\ orks 
t'ompanv will be' Inspe-ctcd.- are ro- 
quesied 'to notify Water Commissioner 
Raymur so that adequate provision 
may be made for means of transpor- 
tation. The trip Is being made at the 
.suggestion of Mr. J. J. Shallcross.^a 
m^^mber oLLUe sub -co mm It tee of the 
I joint coihmlttee which f<uhmltted a 
rejiort on the company's holdings on 
the offer of the company to sell out at 
H prtco of $1,950,000. This report also 
^tftnltsJLnj'd other liifor.matlon as to the 
extent of the company's holdings, rev- 



enue, etc.- Mr. f*—r":T-- -'--'- -,.-■ 
before coming to^ decision as to the 
wource ot supply to 'bo recomniended 
the committee should take ili visit to 
Goldstream and IMS was decided upon. 
It' Is probable that the adherents of 
the Sooke J.ak*' vroposltlon will ask 
that a trip be inftde to that place al- 

aO'. 

The next meeting of the water com- 
mittee will' be held next week when It 
ia likely thut a supplementary report 
on (loldstream will be made setting 
forth further data regurdlriK the com- 
pany's holdings. 



ShaTkitNMi urged that' lie begihli'w^^ 



lees to refornl and the family are thua 
re-unlted. "The Jockey," a pretty race- 
track story which haa for Jts baala ihe^ 
doctoring of a horae to prevent hla 
winning the raliie. The girl In the case 
however, overhears the agreement and- 
ohatiges the horses, bo the wrong one 
is doctored and the favorite wins after 
all. But she marries the Jockey Just 
the same. The real racing Quality per- 
vades the picture, which on that ac- 
count is attractive to a large number 
of people. "Irhe action, too. Is lively 
enough to satlBfy the most exacting 
Individual. "The Phoenix." a sensation- 
al melodrama of the Sella type. "The 




mmm 



■ " ^ •1in- l -| MIWWtfiyw«Mi#>W.*.!^ 



. Applioatlon Adjourned ,„«..«.......» ... .... ... 

The application In- connection with) g^trdthal" a comedy hit 

the Kaise Creek development scheme. ' — ■»- ' ■■- 

Vancouver, was considered in execu- 
tive count'll of tn.e government yes- 
terday afternoon, and adjourned until 
the ibth ipst. , 



AMUSEMENTS 

.Popular Revival 





OPENS AT THE 



Cooking Is an Art 



That can only be perfected with a 
good, reliable pooklng yapparatu«^__ 
Buoh a« the famous Mo/fat Co.'a. 

CANADA RANGE 



We Invite all Vlctortan housewives 
to Inspect these unrivalled cookera 
and hakefa. Prices IW to %1^ '\ 






■-f- 



DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 



Cor. Government Street 



The fact that Victoria is to enjoy aj 
revival of "Tlie Mikado." .Gilbert & 
Sulllvan'g must popular of ciunic 
opora.s, will be gratiryin>|„ news to alll[)OOIS OT 
lovers of music. The present revival;' - 
of this lamoua comic opera now run-: 
nlng In New York city, has attracted ^ 
attention from all the heading maga- ; 
zincs and other American pul)llca-| 
tions. The rendition given it by the| 
National Opera Company, which ap- 
pears in Victoria .Monday and Tui.-s- 
dav evenings, August IBth and liitli.^ 

Is'sald^to be an ..excellent one. VVith- ,^^^^^ altefnoon at three o'Clock Mrs. 
such splendid artists as Aid I llemmi, I j^j^_^^,^l MrBride. the wife of the 
iCmmo (^ralx Seahrook. J^^nps hlrv-, ^^ ^^^^.^ will declare the amivjai How- 
ens. v:rank Preisch, Al Sykes, (^nd the,^ show open. It is expect*Kl thatHieve 



Drill Hall Will 
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Mrs. McBride Arrives— Will 
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other principals of the National Opera 



large attendance for 





B^;ttings,^ With elegant 

ing as brilliant and picturesque Jap 

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.Splendid ael.'oti'Hi of standard 
music l.*" now lieinc; s^hown In 
our windows, which, is well 
worth the tlmft spent in looking 
over. A- few -.f \)x>- t!U.-s ;m' !^.■•l 
ut random are; 

Mona 

Song of the Soul 

., Song of the Bow 

Song of Thanksgivmg 

St«r of Bethleliam 

They All Love Jack 

Alone On a Raft. 

Island of Dreams 

Romany Lass 

Brown Eyes ^ 



anese atmosphere "8^^'^\?, «''f*^„„^fH"i tinctiy understood by those who are 
in this greatest ot ^all PO 'tical ««-li' ; I ," ,/„ng decorated tables, that th^e 
eal comic operas. A r. Gilbert anJ b U i^f^^P ^ ^^^^^ j^_^^^^,^^ ,„ui the 

Arthur Sullivan produced suc-h a mum^^ ^^ ^^^^.^„ ^,ll,_ ^j course, be 

cal composition m The Mikado that, ^^^^ ^ 



of flowers will, of course, be 

al composition in me i>Y^a.."..""-,^^^,,j as will look best at that time 

even the Japanese enjoy the satire on ^^^_^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^^^ number of 

lh«U-.an>.-ient ^'f^^'^rll ^^Zl^dwv^\^'^^r\^'^n this feature, and a nnm- 

Saleof seats ^'^^.,^'^^.^pt"""u' Sai l^cr of ladles wilKhave entries whose 

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New Grand Theatre 
The l-'afsio trio, three foreiBnors 
performing In difficult ar^l ^ «/?«" 
1 ..luUbrlsm at the Grand theatre this 
week drew another full house la«t 
'night, for tlie clasps of work they of- 
,,.,• merits a capacity house- all thi 
i time. The German nrlstocrats, 
Hums and Weston, for a '^"Bhmg act 
iaro as big a draW as the tasslo trio, 
iund Mr. Jamleson has a winning musi- 
cal act in Bell and Richards. The 
bicycle feats of Grey and Peters po.sl- 
tlvely excell all former bicycle acts 
that have toured the province. Iho 
Free Setter's Four has > S^S 
of delightful music, and a little Ighl 
variety to vary, the niuslcal effort. 
Thomas J. Price and the moving pic- 
tures are. billed as usual and. are up to 
the regular high standard of the Grand 
theatre. The sh- v.- .■ ' through is well 
arranged anU es • r. t Is good. 

Pantages Ten Cent Show. 
The UosB Mu.-^lcaJ Comedy Oom- 
ipany> delayed arrival cauBe»vaudfi- 
' vine and moving pictures t'^Ls week 
at-cheap prices. At that It Is a Nfia 
blg^ amusement bargain, as each per- 
formance running over one hour Is a 
happy combination pt vaudeville 
comedians, slnglers and dancers and 
several reels of the very latest and 
best In the way of animated produc- 
i^ms. certainly a lot of entertalnnient 
I for ten cents, l.ocal amateurs In cash 
prl/e %nte8tB Will be added tomor- 
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I hll rlty. Next week the Rose MuslcaY 
'ciDmedy Company will begin a seasons 
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Romano Theatre. 
Th,. Rosary Is the title of 
ceptlonalli; tine Imp 



work has never"btrm seen here before. 
In the evening arrangement.s have 
been made for a promenade concert. 
The Fifth Regiment orchestra has bcf^n 
engaged for the occasion and among 
the vocalists will be Mrs. D. C Reld. 
.Mrs.' Harry Brlggs,. and Mr. Davlos. 
The arrangements for this concert are 
being made by Mrs. Maclure. while 
tomorrow night Mrs. J. D. Helmcken 
'n' will have charge. . v, , 

^^"" ' Flower growers of the city have 
vied with each other In their elfort.- 
to make this show outdo anything that 
has ever been seen here \:>(?toTe. Ihat 
the result will be perfectly satisfac- 
tory to the crowds who will visit the 
Drill Hall today and tomorrow Is as- 
sured The entrance fee has been kept 
at the verv lowest possible figure In 
order that everyone may have an. op-, 
portunlty to attend. Many of those who 
go will take tea In the hall. Mrs. Hea- 
ven who has charge of this department 
and all the ladled who are helping her 
are adepts at pre^jarlng^such dainties 
iiB are enjoyed on hot afternoons and 

evenings. , „f 1 

The person who Is not a lover of 
flowers Is not looked upon as .a good ; 
citizen. Beautiful pictures are-attrac- 1 
th-e but the flowers themselves ar- 
ranged by deft fingers'- are reahy the 
perfection of all art. No one w.}ll wish 
to nilss- Tin opportunity such as this 
which pre.settts Itself only once a year 
to view the very choicest and best of 
the blooms for which this city Is 

noted. . , . 

TheTTiles covering the judging pro- 
vide that judging. bf -the tables shall 
be done by daylight: the tables must 
be finished by Vl o'clock this after- 
noon; the table to represent a dinner 
table for four personfi ♦" -.- decorated 
accordlnn-l"- r..,, ornaments necessary 
may oe used to carry out the scheme 
of decoration; the management under- 
takes no responsibility for the com- 
petitors' belongings. 



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many dLlicr notable physicians in Great Britain, as' the 
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Nips, per do/.en $1.^5 

Brown Stout — a stout of very superior (juality, 

Pints, per i\n-/.Qn IV aa 

Nips, per dozen ^l.OO 

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Nips oniy. i)cr dozen • 91..^5 

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shown at ftie above theatre today and 
tomorrow. This picture Is based on 
the famous Rosary heard so mueU 01 
In song and itory."-nre-yb-an«n)nptis 

of-th*- famous.palnter, who Is paint ii.ig 
a picture of a beautiful mm. a';^;^^*^^':" 
8.. much with Wer beauty that they Im- 
mediately set about. to make a Pl^'turf 
of her themselves. One of them. 
Edourard. is" a weaUhy young man, 
while the other, Joan, Is a struggjer 
in th^B clutches of want. Georgette, 
the nun, watches them and sees that 
.lean docs not look at his model when 
[.aintlng. Wheii they are finished, 
iMlourard Is enraged at the superiority 
,,f his rival's plcinire and, when he Is 
alone, takes a knife ahd cuts It to rib- 
bons. -X^-hen Jean enters and discovers 
It ha Immediately goes to his attic, 
and with nothing but ff rosary, given 
him bv Georgette, as amodol, makes 
.-uiothJr picture even better than the 
list When he Ifjaves his room E.dou- 
rarti enters and. when he Bi^es the sec- 
ond picture his rngo drives him wariy 
insane, lie snatches up a knife and 
.uts the canvas from the frame. ^\ hen 

.loan enters his room, gretft is, his sor- _^_^ ........... - ... 

iDW to discover his second P'<=t"^*' iiigi jn habeas corpus proceedings In- 

uono; Ho sets about, however, to make t^^i^^^^^^ ^^^, ^^.^^j peters, K. C, acting 

nother one from the anme rosary ana,, Hindus had been granted Is 



Application for Habeas Corpus 

to Have Sixteen Hindus 

^ , Brouglit Before Court Stands 

: Over— They Are Far At Sea 

' Whether Capt. Ishlkawa, of the Nip- 
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be"ha"ied before the courts or not to 
answer a charge of contempt on acr 
count of his sudden departure for the 
Orient with sixteen lUiidu.s, deportod 
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Phone 1140. 
Cor. Fort •.nd 8t^<1aron« mr*fl» 



when nearly Anlshcd, Georgette enters 
She sees that he Is painting a picture 
of herself. A wealthy art collector has 
bn»Ti asked by Oeorkettc'.s father to in- 
spect ISdourardla f»aintinK. We now 
.SIP the -X'ornTfOimrr- ■ busy-- examining 
WdouVard's picture when Georgette 
Mt.'ps out and tells of his ignoble <leeds. 
lean la bro\ight forward and. modestly 
shows his la.st protValt, while Georgette 
tells how It was done; the collector 
invH the painting and Jertn gets the 
I i.viird of tho just. Another ttne plc- 
lun- to bewhown is A Trip on a TfawTei' 
I to the White sea. This picture \vas taken 
I under terible dlflUailtlea at times ow- 
ing to the rough weather and the pho- 
tonrapher was nearly swamped more 
ihiincmce, but <?ven so they managed 
to turn out an excej>tlonaIly line pic- 
lure the HOPni'S follow:. First — I.-eav- 
in«aiia.L iinmai!«l;.:; T wo-4^ th - 

cr Thri'< — !r?lormy wefither. Four — 

ltuuiiu!4._ia_Uie-trawi iLli'.e.— i.l'Jme.' 

ward bound, fun aboard. Blx— Heavy 
weather In the, North 'sea; landing llsh 
at Hull, There la also 11 new rel«*ase 
(iranui by the Powers company 'en,- 
ittlcd: "A Man's Way." and a 
screamjnglv funny comedy entitled: 
"Betty In Hot Water," Thie la the 
second of .a series of the best como/ll.ea 
ever" producoil, even better than the 
famotip .lonew picture, also a beautiful 
.■4(cni(? oilnrall'uiai film ahowing na- 
tive Ilfr In Mallaca. ThcRomaTin or^. 
i-liffltwi. will furnish the .mu.slo for the 
picturps, IniluiliMR some Of the latest 
sclei-ilons. ' " 'n'^ • * 

MaJBCtic 
There is another strouKly Mtlracti\e 
till! of good clenn entertainment on 
VVcdnesday and Th\iradny. "The Mltlo 
l-'l(liller." a ptronif, dranuitlc stoiT of 
a gentleman burglar whu dnjiertod his 
wife ond child and accuses his own soli 
of theflv Becoising eonsclence-strlcken, 



for local Hindus had been granted Is 
the query arlsWg.out of an apjeUcatlcin 
made In Chambers yesterday morning 
to have the case stood over until fur- 

th^F~appTicaftitnTr ' ■ 

Mr Peters said: "The Awa Maru is 
now at sea and, there does not seem 
to be any other ,Miir«e hut to stand. 

It ovcrj' 

Judge I.auu.u,.,., t.i..l. • '1 course 
not; we can't very well serve an In- 
junction^ by wireless.^ -'^ .^ _. 
• So tho case was stood over. The 
• Awa Maru Ts due here again on Octo- 
ber 13lh, but whether Capt. Ishlkawa 
will retiirn la not kTTOwn. He may be 
transferred to some of the steamers 
which do not call here. The Awa Maru 
was dPlnved here a couple of days on 
her outbound vo>>age owing to the 
breaking of a steam pipe and local 
Hindus lf)ok advantage of the delay to 
endeavor to secure the landing of six- 
teen Hindus on boftrd who had been 
ordered dei>orted by the U. S. Ihvmlgra- 
Uon a\ithorltlPs from Beattlo. 

When X"'af>r. Ishlkawa learned that 
,m effort was being made to get the 
Hindus ashore he assumed still further 
delays for his vessel and lost no time 
in letting go— the Jlnes at tho outw 
wharf, and the t.Awa Maru steffmPd 

away. . 

As Judge I.ampnian said; There la 
no way of serving an InjUncnon' by 

wlrcWss." , 

. — * • •■ 

('heai> reading for campers and 
nthers' "V\'"'' 'ire clearing a lot of our 
76c copvrlght novels at 2Bc each, 
fivf! for il.du. . Vl<'t<u-ia Hook 1%. Kta- 
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HERE AND T HERE 

The approval of the proposed Jn- 
venUe t^ourt and Detention Home by 
the superintendent of provincial por 
Hoe ■(»■ an Important steiT towards the 
accomplishment of a plan which many 
friends of the children have at heart. 
Mr. Hussey Is not likely to be sway- 
ed by sentlinental considerations. He 
has had a very wide experience In 
dealing' with orlminals. He has had 
opportunity ofaeelng how they are 
made, and knows if anyone does how 
the procesa ia likely to be arrested or 
stopped. It was to have been ex- 
pected that this practical man would 
Iduk very carefully into the workings 
of juvenile courts in other cities be- 
fore he wnuUl recommend a step 
which will entail at first at least ad- 
ditional expense to the . departm^eiit 
with which he is. conuectod. He has 
no doubt done this and inen and wo- 
men who have advocated tl-ie reform 
must ba j?ratilled that he has decided 
in Its favor. It is to be hoped that 
tlie Koverninent will before limB carry 
out his reconmuMulation-. -•" While tli*' 
ifiinpie machinery of the Juvenile court 
has proved very effective It must not 
be forxollen that this has largely 
hoen owlag to those -who have beeti 
entrusted with its operation. We 
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exercises, but then Victoria is neither 
su largo nor so wicked as Denver. The 






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Wykeham Hall, 
College St., Toronto 

^2. ( ( A Residential and 
9rx|00l Day School For Girls. 

Full Matriculation Course as well sut 
elementary work, Domestic Arts. Music 
..aniPair.tiog, Centrally situated, yet with 
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other games. Skating Rink and good 
Gymnasium. For Calendar apply to j 

"School r«-openji Septembar 13th, 1910 
at 10 a. m. . 



call seldom comes for real service 
but some one Is found ready to ans- 
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there are In Victoria men and women 
wise and kind enough to engage In 
this work- af /saving boys and girls, 
and at the sa/ne time restoring many 



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The annual flower show opens this 
afternoon. From all the best gar- 
dens In, Victoria the mo.sl beautiful 
and the choicest' flowers have already 
i>een cut and arrange'fl with the great- 
est taste. Those strangers and new- 
comers who have never been present 
at one of these functions will be de- 
lighted if thei' go ho the Drill Hall 
this ufternijon. There are very few 
women and no children, who do not 
love flowers, but for one reason oi- 
other there are many ladies wlio on 
previous occasions have been prevent- 
ed from attending this display. Fa- 
thers and brothers, husbands and sons 
as well as sweethearts and friends 
should see that this year they enjoy 
what Is a iTIeasure to be remembered. 

Women are seeking new privileges 
and new responslliilltles. Are they 
not in danger of forgetting sDnwtimes 
that the- roost important work that 
any -woman can do is to assist In 
the making of good children. There 
Is scarcely a \'lrtue a man or woman 
can posse.ts that may not be im- 
planted before the child Is old enough 
to go to school. The boy of six who 
is not brave and truthful and honest 
will rarely maic a man to 'be depend- 
ed upon. The little m;ilden who Is 
not modest and gentle and guileless 
before she goes to school may maJt* 
a good woman but her way wUI be 
a iiard one. It Is -on the character 
of the people and- not on the laws that 
govern them that the greatness of a 
nation rtt-pends. Tt" Is in "^rTie horrid 
that It should be moulded and no- 
where^else can -It-be -done su- well. 



women, as a class, an active share In 
the government of a great\ country or 
empire. 



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The noted Violinist, heard in Victoria s^me tlifie ago, has 
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Principal, MISS KNOX 

RE-GPENS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th 

Thornuc:bseducation on mo(lern lines. Preparation for honor., 
matriculation and other examinations. Separate J unior School, 
Domestic scnmce dejpartmcnt, gymnasium, out-dbdr games, 
skating rink anH swimming bath. 

. For illustrated^ calisndar and ' prospectus apply to the 
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E.ifen.siTe Play- 
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.'*pe<.Mal attention piven to younger boys. 
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Almost everyone can do something 
to make the arts and crafts exhibit 
;i success. Very many have curious 
i>r interesttng pieces of work that 
have been treasured, sometimes for 
generations. The arts and crafts so- 
ciety cannot he supposed to know 
where these are to be found, but 
doubtlessTr the members would wel- 
come the offer -of anything suitable 
and would take the greatest care of 
such treasures. By showing these 
the owners will be amply repaid for 
the trouble they take by. the pleasure 
they give. As the exhibition wlllrnot 
be held 'till the end of next month 
there is plenty of time to look for 
beautiful old laces or other pieces of 
fancy work and any other specimens 
of rare workmanship that have been 
carefully laid aWay. 



lyi. W. WAITT & Co., Ltd. 

Larj^pst Victor Dealers " 1,904 Government Street 



At the recent examination frtr cer- 
tificates for the Ro\nl Drawing So- 
ciety of London, Englnnd. twenty-flve 
pupils of St. George's school entered. 
Of these sixteen passed with honors, 
sl.x pas.xed and tnn under age has 
been marked _ sfl'Od.; Miss Gullond. 
le drawing teacher and Mrs. Suttia 
e prln elpal are pardonably proud 
the riBcorfl~of the pujplls. 



rO« BOTS. 

Tbe Xiaurtls, 1349 Kockland AveatW. 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B 



FOR BOYi 




visitor: 
' Vl|» Xx>rd Blsh6p of. Columbia. 

Supervisor t 

The Ven. Arcl^deacon Scrlven. 
': M. A.( Gxpn. 

Xaad Msstar; 
A. VS. Mubkett. Esq. 

Exc^ellent accommodation for board- 
ers; spacious school buildings, gym- 
nasJum; organized cadet corps. 

Christmas term berius Sept. 11, 9 ». m. 



For prospectus apply the secretary. 

ASHBURY COLLEGE 



SockcUtfa, Ottawa 



Residential School for Boys. 



Xmas Term Cofmnences Sepl7 

At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in S])acious New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Bonders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Gymnasium 
and Indoor Kific Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

Wy\RDEN: 
Rev. WI W. Bolton, M.A., Cambridffc: — — — 
^^ ^^ PRINCIPALS: 
R. V. Harvey, M,A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond. Unl ,'., 
assisted by a resident staff of University Men. 

For Prospectus Api)Iy the Biirsar. 



AccjMTvmodatlon for 50 boarders and 
100 day boys. Large, new rtroproof 
buildings. Ten acres of grounds, fine 
Gyrimnslum. hPtiuHfnlIv .Mltuated out- 
side cliy. 

Special Preparation for ». M. O. 

1. 1 'H M piitr^iiico examination fur R. 
\\ I- 1 , .school obtained first place 
.pii ;..s;. ,i!i(l all Its candidates pao.sed. 

School reopens September 13, 1910. 

. Send for rnlendnr to Rev. Geo. P. 

Woollcombe, M. A. (Oxon), _^ 

Head nSTaffter. 



UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR 
-GIRLS — — " 



g Women as v.ell as men in Victoria 
wtllTiope to have--an opportunlty^-ol 
seeing during his visit to Victoria 
General Baden Powell, the hero of 
Mafeking, and the founder of the Boy 
Scouts movement. The Interest, sym- 
pathy and co-op»eratlon of the mothers 
are due to the r^an who Js planning 
to make brave and useful -men of 
their sons. 



hoxA Cttr«€ffl.lE recognised as one of 
the ablest of the statesmen of Great 
Britain. He has been Viceroy of India 
and has traveled much In Eastern 
countries. He is an ardent Imperialist 
and an author whose works are ;ivlde- 
ly read by thuse who. desire to undor- 
.•(tand the place of Great Britain among 
the nations of the world. He la a 
man still In the prime, of life, iui4--liis 
uplnion.s on any subject are worthy of 
consideration. 

Lord Curzon has joined th.- .M.'n's 
I>«>ague Jormed to prevent the exten- 
sion of the spffrage to women and has 
drawn up a/ leaflet containing fifteen 
reasons why women should not vote. 

It may be presumption on the part 
of a woman to question the statements 
or the value of the opinions of so 
great a man but all of the reasons 
advanced do not seem to be weighty. 

If the majority of men and women 
in Great Britain do not approve of 
votes for women they will not obtain 
them, but the result of_the vote In the 
House of Commons a f,ew days ago 
does not seem to Indicate this. 

Where womeh In the Colonies and in 
the United states have been given 
political power they h'ave not hesitat- 
ed to use It. There Ip no Indication 
that discord prevails" to any greater 
extent since women obtained th-j 
franchise than before. But there Is 
enough In the reasons to be worth the 
serious study of women who take an 
iiitero.it In the matti-r. They are these: 

1. folltlcnl acUvity "WOuTd tend to 
take away wofnen from hgr-^.orjQp.fir. 



JOHANNKSBURG, Aug. 9.— In the 
course of u speech at Pretoria,' General 
Botha, read a manifesto which ho Imd 
drawn up and .signed, emhodylnjf the 
wiHent features nf thv-p^'Hcy •of ^tho 
uiilon government of South Africa. The 
text of this Interesting document Is as 

follows: 

"The polllloul union of Soutli Afilea 
Is no longer nn idenl. but has, under the 
Kuldance of Provldenee, become ap ac- 
lomplished fact through the Jotnl Uil)ors 
and .^acrift':'e8 of the -White races and of 
all parts of British South Africa. A 
work has been accomplished which, it is 
-ferventlv hoped, will brlnp lasting peace 
and happlne.SB to tills cguntry; hut u 
Uiak of enormoiis difficulty anxLcci^pon- 
slblllty still lies ahead of tho people and 
government of South Africa. The pub- 
lic and railway services of the -("arlous- 
colonles absorbed by the union will have 
to be co-ordinated, their railway policies 
will hn-ve to be recast, their financial 
systems w'ffr'haA' e to be assimilated. A 
fi.scal policy will have to be inaugurated, 
which will load to the rapid development 
of the resources of the country. Tlie 
closer settlement of the Isnd will have 
to he promoted. A defence organization 
win have to be created worth.v of (!!<• 
heroic tradition of South Africa. 

"Tlie expanding educational require- 
ments will have to be met, and, nbove 
all, a native ipiestlon Of unexampled 
perplexity and requiring the utmost pa- 
tience and the fairest Judgnwjnt will 
have to be dealt with. But behind and 
beyond all these grave matters lies tlie 
gredlor national proldem of welding in- 
to one South African nation the various 
peoples who have made this country 
their permanent horrio. In order tliat 
tliese matters may be dealt with success- 
fully, It Is essential to secure the co- 
operation of all South Africans, of what- 
ever rice, and ^ to eliminate racialism 
from all political and national questions, 
and It is further essential that political 
parties should rest upon, differences of 
principle on practical questions, and not 
upon differences of race. I feel certain 
that a great majority of South Africans 
ire In^titvor Of the fcjrmation of a 110- 
litlcel party whose fundamental obji'd 
shall he to make u.nion a real and .abid- 
ing force In our future development fully 
recognizing South Africa as an Integral 
part of the Empire. It Is with the ob- 
ject of forming such a party that I ap- 
peal to my fellow countrymen In wliat- 
<-ver part of South Africa they .may live.. 
"As it Is our primary object to forna a 
South African nation, I suggest that the 
name of our party shall bo the' South 
African National party, and that it shall 
undertake (a) to use Its , utmost endea- 
vours to make a success of union and to 
promote a spirit of union throughout 
So\ith Africa and among all sections of 
Its people; and (b) to. promote a healthy 
South African spirit In dealing with our 
political and national problems. I 
would also suggest that to secure these 
objects the party, adopt the fol'lO'Wlns 

prlnrlple>(: 

Its Principles 



Going To Preserve? 

You Can'J:J3£lter_ Thaae 

GOLDEN DROP PLUMS per crate ?1.00 

RED PLUMS, ])<jv crate , . : .r: . .T. . '. . . $1.25 



FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER. 3 Ihs. 
TABLE JELLIES, 4 l-rirkef^ for . tt ,...^,,_^, 






,,^^ . -:;4a- - J*y^ 'g g'-u-4g- - ^«!j ' 



The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phone 28 Your Ciipice at Y'uir I'rice 561 Johnson Street 



CIIve-t\''olIey Tlno.sr-, nnk Bny. Vic- 
toria, B.C., high-grtule day find board- 
ing school for young Uulira of all 
ages. AH subjects taught. r'ros- 
pc' tus on appllcatio.n. 

Principal — Mrs. Stedliam, Cert. Eng. 



Corrig College 

Beacon 3:111 Park Victoria, B, 0. 

Select Jllgh-<irade iJay and 
Boarding College fiir Boys of 8 
to 1 •'> year.H. Ufflnt>ments of 
well-nopolnteil Kcntlenien's home 
In lovely Beacon illll Park. iNum- ■ 
her limited. Outdoor sports. Pro- 
p.ared for Business Llfo or Pro- 
fi^Sfflonal or University examlna- 
llons. KecB incluslvo and strict- 
ly moderate. A few vai'nncleii at 
autumn term, Heptiunher Isl. 
P.rlivolpal, J. "W. OHtJBOH, M.A. 



"1. The Just and equal treatment of all 

-parts of the union.-. ,-___.._ ^ — — '. 

—"2. The maintenance of the equality 
provisions contained ln...tJti.e .South Africa 
Act. and the avoidance oif all causes of 
estrangement and misunderstanding be- 
tweenjhe various sections of the people. 

"S. The placing of the native <iucstion' 
above party politics, and the falr.-_and- 
syrripathetlc treatment . of the colored 
races In a broad and liberal spirit. 

"4. The encoiirasrement of Kuropcnn. 
and the prevention of Asiatic Immigra- 
tion Into South Africa. 

"5. An' expanding educational policy to 
meet the growing requirements of South 
Africa. 

"6. The Impro'vement of the conditions 
of labor, and the securing to white labor 
its proper share In the lnd<istrlal nnd 
agricultural expansion of South Africa. 

"7. The estnbllshment for South Africa 
as part of the Kmplre of an adequate 
system of national defence which wl'l 
recognize the obilgntlon of the citizen to 
take part in the defence of his country. 

"8, The efficient organization of the 



WE HAVE TO LAUGH W^SX*^ 

when (irst time buyers at Ihi.M 1/ ^'" 4J^ '*'»ul %,\ i 

market tell ua to cur Off "a; small Jj i l'Vk.«m^l 

quantity because their famille.- 7 / ll 

are "such small, meat eaters." I| jjj 

For we know once they taste our y^/!'^^^' 9^ 

meats they will never suffer i^J» lu,"* 

from that complaint again. Try i^^-^^ : 

us with an order. Wouldn't you 

rather pay for meat than for med- O^ >»^^J»''l/ 

ICIne? ' , ' ■ 

Island Veal 15c ■ ■•■'■k» v| 

Island Mutton 15c 

Ronsl Beef. 12%cand lOo ^^ ^, 

IDEAL MEAT MARKET 




620 YATHS 8T 

PHONE 514 



Sardines In a Dainty Glass Dish 

Thai will afterwardS:-do for pickle?, bou bons, etc., are to be 
,fpund^here.iiow.--3^o.introdiice them— an uni-ivalled tasty and 
imported pure French. brand. 
We offer them, per glass dish special 50c 

FOR THAT PICNIC 
Genoa and Madeira Cakes, ihr only pfennine, delicious 

each ., • • • ,• ■" • • • , 35c 

Melton Mowbray Pies, the genuine, nicest of all pork pies 

each C>oc ; and • • • • ■ • • 4°^ 

Fine Peaches; per lb loc 

Fine, Ripe Pears, lb. . . loc 



( 



The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Tels. 8.8 and 1761 1002 Government Street 



state departniohts, with due regard to 
the vested, righisp of civil servants. 

"9. The development of economic and 
railway policies along linos whlcli will 
give greater freedom of expansion to 
South African lndu.<!trt68 and commerce. 
' (^Continued on Page 11.) 



EMPRESS THESTRE 

O-eorge A. I«evelle, Manag.r. 



Victoria's Exclusiv2 Picture House 

pictures 



Sho wiiiK 



OllI\ 



the Best 
talnable 



ROMANO THEATRE 

TONIOHT 

The Rosary, Imp drauin PolO ft. A 
Trip la a Trawler to the "White Sex. 
soenlc oilumtlonal. A Man's Way, 
Pow>-i« drama 1000 ft. Betty Getn Into 
Hot "Water, comedy scream. Native Life 

In Malacca, m'enlc educatlon-il 'Wasli- 1 our picture.'^ ;ire UKiklng Die 
ington Quartette, songs. Bomano Or- ' theatre popular, 
ohostra. I Come and bring yOur friends. 



ob- 



SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN 



I )frip in ('..r a cc'l. M'l'et. 



.stf\il hour. 
Empress 



UPPERGANADyyCQLLEGE 

I^MJ FOUNDED 1829 



TORONTO 



{i| in II i« l« 11 I It 



CANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 

A««u«« Ter™ becins on T«csday, Septcin- OHir.c. Jor^ Pnlvctsity, Royal .M" tnry 

t:<>!riLal(tfnt for Entfnocr ."^x-liolnrshlpi. 3«Bi«»r and Prrpnratnry ScIkkjU In separate 
"a'ml.iy. ScplrmlHT 17th. buildmgs, .livery imxlcrn ccjulpiiir.K. 

H. W. AUDEN.-M.A. (Cjunbndfie), Principal r^T 



James Bay Academy 

. A. Prlvat. Klgh School 
Aoaflemlo Department — lull matrlcu- 
Intlon In two \onvK. .stmlenls prejmred 
for B. ('. I/. S. nnd otlifr c.^nrntnat Ions. 
Splendid matiictilarklon ■nccesi.s this 
namm.r. 

Oommarolal Department — A full.v 
Ofjulpped modern Business CoUage In 
chiiCK'' of an pxperlenci'<l Oommarolal 
Bp.cl»UBt, n aold Medalist in Hre^K; 
shorthand. Text books famlshea fr.. to 
stndents of this department. 

Day and Svenlng OlMsses. 
Addrf-.'«» nil Inoulrles to -k- 

The Vrlnoipal, Jam.a Bay Ao«d«my, 
i'lione ton, 166 Medina iiU. 



sphere. 

2. It would tend by the . divlslnnB 
which It would Introduce to hrenk up 
the harmony of the honn 

3. The grant of vnte^' t . -.v ynoii 
wpnld pave the way to ariiiit sufff-agc. 

4. W.Qjn&n have not. the calmn^.i.'? of 
te mperame nt nor the training to 4uall- 
fy them' to exorcl.se a weighty judg- 
!nent in political matters. -— _ 

.''i.. The vote Is not deaired by the 
large majority of women. 

6. Tho proposed' cdvange Is not aii- 
(irovod hX the iargelrujijorlty -Of JELCn. 

7. If the vote were gr.-inied it is 
protiable that a large tiumhit . ; ■. o- 
men would not use it at all. , 

5. The presence of a large' "Temale 
factor In the cohJftituencles returning 
;i BrUisl; govornmont ,to power would 
tend to weaken Great Britain In" the 
''.stlrnatlun of foreign powers. ' . 

ii. !t would he grnvel.v mlBundpf-" 
Mtood, and would hcfon'ie .'i sinii'i-f- of 
weiikness In India. 

10. Women would dcinnnd the right" 
of becoming members, of piirllanient, 
cabinet ministers^, judgci. 

11. Women, ir"pVriced by the -Totier- 
on an aI)solute eouality with man, 
would forfeit mucj;^ of ;^ that respect 
which hn« hlthertSy-'iTeOT--h^)r-efi-f&Pp-r'€^ 
tectlon. » 

12. The vote Is not required for the 
removal of hardships from which wo- 
men arc now known to surfer 

1(1. Those peraon.s ought not to | 
mnke law-'' who cannot loin in enforc- I 
Ing lh*»m, I.e., become snlhir."?, soldier'^ | 
or. policemen. 

14. The intellectual emancipation is 
nrnceeding without the enjoyment of 
' (he v"i'ltical frnnchise. 

la. .No prM«tient exists for giving 



-The clc.M 



',f;i(Ji"(l. ."n ! \\ r mail' 



Irit( 1 hi'- (la il \ w. irk. 
This mieans daily waste 

( )l hiMin tissue wliirli milSt 1)C 

Rciilaceti l)y new iii.i i cfial-^ 
Proper fond' — ncccs.sarA" 
For thi.s replacement. 
This is life — 

Tear do \\ 11 lo hnild ujiTVelter, 
Grape-Nuts iixid eontain^ 
The rehtiilflint; elements of 
Wheat and barley, and 
At trJTC'SS fil'e'TTm e re q ti ires 
btttle effort dii i he. part of 
The digestive organs 
To a'ppropriatc it. 
That's.vvhy Grape Xuts food 
tlas iTeaTthemainsfay 
For breakfast and lunch 
4lfftH^rlaiT}' diet oTtttmtsa-rids 
Of sTT'cccssful men for years." 
" 'I^ h c re's a Reason.' ,' 
Read the little book, 
"The Rriad to AVellvillc." .in 

rnnndinn Trndr- .Supplied h.v 
Cnnaillan roslimi (Vi-cnl Co., Ltd., 
Windsor, Ontario. , 



See I he 



Flower Show 

TODAY 



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— T^MURSDAY 

Admission - - - 25c 



Specially Good In Qua'ity 

Our Batter at 3Bo or ;i lljfl. 

fOr ,. .. .., »l-00 

l'a,ncy. Trunk of Tea wltlv lo'ek, 

contniuH 8 lb«., for 91.00 

St. Ivid lamchobn TonKue, 
T.anih Tonffue,- etc. X'oHed Yar- 
mmitli lUonler and Anciiovy Pa.ste 
in GlH!<H .lars, very neat, and de- 
ltciou.x. 

Give UH B t-rlBl. We shnll value 
your pntronage. 

ERSKINES' GROCERY 

Corner Johnson nnd Quadra Stu. 
Phone 106. 



New Grand Theatre 

"WZ:£X AUOTJST 8th. 
BaEsto Trio, iiresoaliuB now and diffi- 
cult feats in ca.ulllhrlsm. 

Vaudevllle'.s topnotch voeal nnartette, 
Krco Setler.s' Four, Jona«, Pickett, Mur- 
ray, Dmry, new .souks by the Hweetest 
oi' singer.^. . 

The German aristocrats, WUll*m« *nd 

■VWf^^ion; — oomedy-, — eon#Bi oh*tl«'r and 

I!,nrter. 

3oU and Ricliarde, In mirthful musl- 
cnl momen'.'i. 

The cycling peers. Orey and P.'t.r., 
niarvclouH f»'ntK on tlie bicyclo and lu- 
dicrous comli'nlltles. 

Tbomaa jr. vnc 



Pantages Theatre 

ALL THIS WEEK 



Don't ml.'^B Amalgainatcd Develop- 
ment Company — Auld, (iwln & Mc- 
tMarty, 51« Hastings, Street West. 
Vancouver. . -^ * 



The Canadian Who's Who, published 
hv the London Times, on sale at Vic- 
IMla Book & Stationery Co., Limited. • 



Take a trip around the Soxind bv 
«teamer« of -P. C. . S. S. V,o,. jBialll.i.«-i-aWui^^ 
weekly. Cheap excursion rale. Phone 
4. 



Excellent Htfei.ry Priori Low— • 

1/ndles' Fine bh/ck cashmere hose with 
seamless feel. /A magnificent value at 
jEfic a i)air. l^ctbinaon'ts C'aBh Store, «42 
Xatea street..' • 



BIG lO-CENT SHOW 

TAV»BTXXiX.B Airi> XOTIVa K04 

Ttrmsa, XiASTxiro i acoim 

' AMD IS K^irUTBa 

Amateur Conteat for Money Prl»«a 

Tlinraday, Vrldity. SMtartey WngMM 

mo«. XaaloAl Oom.dy Oompftny Mmxt 

Waaic. 



MAJESTIC 11HEATIIE 

YATES STREET.- 
Hee the big hill Wednesday fntl 



ThuTKilav. "The Phoaaix," a «eBi»*tlonHl 

melodrahiH. . "*h. Wttl. JPWdlar," 

dramatic. *'M*A «iirii»l.» .,.;."Tk« 

B b nu if t tai,? .- ,grpn t (iomcdy. "»»• 

Jookay," a racetrack story. 

Perfe«"J"«"1C'' d^jly *'''"'^' ^^^ 6; SO; 7 
to 1!/ Adrn'lsaion ii»c; Children to mati- 
nee. Be. 



Advertise in THE COiOWI^T 



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WtdnMday, August 10, 1910 



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VICTOBIA DAILY COLONIST 



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We are Making a 
Special Off «(r in 




$20.00 



A' c s , arrd-Trew-^^f-st o ck a t-t tot in-'-f e a l i t y 
the finest SiiiTs you ever saAVrfoT th<^money. 

LAST WEEK WE DID A TREMENDOUS 

BUSINESS 



but this weeFwe intend to eclipse airTJrevious 
efforts. These suits arc in the new styles-ajod 
fabrics, cut and made to hold thoir shape^ Let 
us show you them today. ^ 



FINCH & FINCH 

I i07'-Government Street 




yUCHT HISE 

TO im 




T 



Members Local. Club Will Enjoy 
An Outing This Week End- 
Regatta /At An Early 
Date • , 



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THORf'E'S vlJ £.,,:!,,) 
GINGER BEtiR 

h I . 1 .v-ick ' 'I it..'. I iwii 



BRANTFORD CARRIAGE GO'S 




BUGGIES 
CARRIAGES 
EXPRESS WAGONS 
CARTS, Etc. 



A Complete Stock 
Always on Hand 



EVERY. RIG GUARANTEED 



A cnilsc t(i ESQulmalt harVu.r has 
been .organlziHl by members ut iho 
Victoria Yacht cHuti for next Satur- 
duy, the anchoring place for thc.nlght 
1 lielns in the vicinU.v' "^or Magnztne 
i.shind. The usual notices have boon; 
(llstrlbatcd, and It is hoped thsjt the;; 
entire loi'ivi llfL't, includhig both the 
Kuil and the power cnifr, will leave, 
their iiKjoringM in the • inner 'harbor,! 
take a. fipin. abi,uit the Htralls, and' 
ho»Ht towards tlie neighboring inland 
water for the evening. s[>endlhg the 
nlKht at the rendezvi.>us indicated'. 

Tlie object of this proiK)sed gaUiei;- 
Irii,' of the elans is not altogether 
pleasure, although tl>aL. .-al-ement ent- 
ers very largely into It. The blTaclal.s 
have several matters of inipci't, which 
they whsh tO/ diticnis.s with" iriemb<;ra, i 
and they have decided that such an! 
outing would afforct-an excellent op- 1 
purtunlty. Th«y want to make ar-. 
I rs. ngeinent«_for_:a^lpcaJ_. regatta, which! 
' la to take place liere in tlie nearfuture 
and for which a number of handsome 1 
prizes, tJie lvavlna»-of- tlie^, Teccnt In-j 
1 ternational sports, wUlhe^ offered. | 

, Another mattei- which, it is under-; 
stood, is to be introduced Is the plana], 
for the construction of a challenger, 
to represent Victoria in tho races of, 
1911 for the Alexandra cup. Two! 
! itfomlTient 'enthulsinsts"-^-— 4hls— t-ltyj 
Ihavo promised to finance the project,! 
that there is no longer any doubt j 




Sale Agents for B,.C» 



E. G. Prior & Co., Ltd. Lbty. 

Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops, B.C. 



COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounce Ave. Phone 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



Big Values in Men's Sox 



1 



Black Cotton Sox, pair, 2nc 

and 12 1-20 

Black Cashmere Sox, jialr 35o 

and . : ■ • • -^^c 

Ribbed Wool Sex, iJalr^ Sr.c 

and ■'•■^' .25c 

Heavy Wool Soj?^ pair 35c 

and -j -r ,, -r-m — s- ktx^- .' n . ' - " ^^ 
Fajjcy Sox.. Regxilar, 35c pair. 

rciluccd to 25o 

Boys' Hose, rll)l)ed wool. Reg- 

nlarl-y .told 3Gc, 40c ■ and BOc 

pair, fur ■ ■ -250 

All Boys' Suits Marked 'way 
Down 




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as to this citj- being in the lists wherij following^ playcra gj-e^agked to, report 
"Ted" Geary Haunts his Spirit III. lr> 
local waters next year. But the Vic- 
torians want the craft, .floating the 
colors of their club to be the 
winner If possible, . and bo tho memr 
-bt>fa-w4H- bg hm ^ tt et » tn g l va . tl ^ e l r opln - 
Ions as to how It woujdbe best to pro- 
ceed to achieve that result. .From this 
potlatch of wisdom It is thought soaie 
valuable Ideaa may be gathered. 



" Corkle, 
\\llUams; 

Strvons, 

' 'ton. 



at 6:15 sharp: 

Victoria West — Medrtch 
Provost, Johnson, Talt, .; 
trophyf^^Brown, Stuart. Simple: 
Thomas, DInsmore, Puri 
Perkins. , 

("loverdale— CMarke, Redgrave, Tem- 
ple, nnlayson. L. Redgravp,' Owens 
Hancock, Harris, Watsoh. ^McLia chln, 
McArthur. McDonald. '"" '" 



"Basebari W^oWill^ 



A meeting ot the Victoria Baseball 
League will bo held on Friday even^ 
Ing, the 12th Inst., at the Y." Wr^. A. 
rooms. Broad street. Officials request 
a full attendance. 



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Local Oa rsmen Tl'rai ni rn^rf or 
Big Aquatic Event Next 
Month at GoTge— Dance .In 
Evening 



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papers it appears, that Maurice Mc 



Pacific coast player. ^h«.A,,,ter in the year at N'ewport. l.arnedJs 

la«t victory gavp him permanent pos- 
session of tlie Long wood cup. He luf^ 
w6n so many "legu" on cupn at Long- 
wood that It Is troublesome to- lifep 



Loughlln, tn«( 

won tho Longwood....Mass., tennlH tourn 
ament. only to lose In' the challenise 
round with National Champion W- A.. 
"Xarncd, outplayed Reals .Wright when 
they met In the semt-flnal."*. This Is 
McLoughlln's sec ond visit to the East, 
and his work has ■iWrrtonatrated the fall- 
acy of the Cftllforaia.-jWD5rt,that he had 
reached the limit o?~lit» game. Larned 
I)roved that he la stili ■•McLoughlln's 
master, but It is enough glory for a 
>oung man to win the Loncrwoo<l. tourn- 
ament. For over thirty years this an- 



nual event has been one odTlfis Wjr CSSl- 
nls fixtures, equal In Importance, If ndt 
In name, to the national tourney held 



track of them now, ■, ' 

Among the players . lin the Western 
tennis tournament la H. H: Whttnian, of 
Boston, who Is so unfortunate at pres- 
ent a.s to be designated as the brother ot 
the' •■ former ehiimplon.. Malcolm G. 
Whitman retired- from the game when 



he was ar^is bMr"'lri»r'«o«^*=^^ 
tftert) has ever' been any one In this 
cotantry who_ <:outd be classed' as his 
equaU- -W, A, .Tjtrned, jpftaatbly, may de- 
sefveTTils distinction, ai he has gained 
In power rather than retrograded In tlie 
past few years. 'Whitman, however,, 
seemed to be the Ideal player, and as 
long As he played, all others were In the 
second claiss. The younger, Whitman 
has been doing well" this eenson, and It 
Is possible ^at t^« mttyterge, to the 
front. ' . , " . 



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SEA'TTLE, Aug. 9.— The Washing- 
ton State tennis tournament opened 
here today ■with a large attendance. 
The feature of the day's playing was 
the match betweerT "Miss Hotchklss, of 
California, and Miss Danner, of Se- 
.■ittle, which was won by Miss Hotch- 
kiss 6-0. 6-1. .\nother match that at- 
trticted attention wits the contest in 
the men's doubles, between Fltz and] 
Russeh, of Seattle, against t^rawford 
and U'hyte, of Victoria. B. C. The Se- 
attle team won, 6-2, 6-4. All the other 
■ '. y . laday w^r'^' b.t'...;ii local 



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coming nionth, and already a number 
of, crews, fours, doubles and sTngles 
have gone Into training for tho eve nt. 

In addition to the .Flumerfelt', 
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Ta top oft the an\inal water cartil- 
val a dance will be held in the even- 
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a limited number of Invitations will 
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The J. B. A. A. annual li^gratta has 
been pne bf theleadlhg aquatic events ]»;"'<^"«« 
for the past twenty years, and thlsjir.''*'^''*'' 
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JU-last ovenl ng'.'* meeting ofjhe Vic- 
ii>rln Lacrosse, club the drawn . game 
I'etween the Victoria West and; North 
Ward Intermediates was ordered re- 
played, -The match .will take pla^^e. 
Wednesday evening. 

With reference to the juimv 1. 

' hedule It" was decided that tlie Norlli 
\\'ard-Vlctorla West match, schediiled 
for Thursday the 11th Inst, should take 



■■Til. ! "d tlie Toronto lacrosse 

-teairiH :^:. !aap each other hv the 

lihiid and exchange ^iSympiUliv l^.'li 

had to take on Satl'irdny ahinil 1 ■ • une 
Tnedicino, although -the- Montreal team 
travelled farUior to got the-dnse. Prob- 
ably the plain ti ■ ■■' the matter Is 
that In I>otii eau" ' • -uperlor tennis 

on, and that In the Toronto-National 
. lUtch and the MOntronl-New VVestmln- 
Kter mntch-v-lctor 'ed where It 

was deserved Ai Ue/result^i .are 

there. TJio National m roliiln their 



place on the following night, the'--I'nW:'t'nfr>Koir^<iriTfi^--«r victor^ the New 



commencing at ti:15 o'clock ahar; 
the RoyaiJUhletlc grounds. \ 

Arrangements for Saturday's rham- 
plonsn^lp' game between Victoria and 
■^ahcotiv'er' wc^rr •i1iwnii',i?'»^ wa» 

decided that a practice' should be held 



In— <+te~M+n+<i— <Mtp;-— ^1 1 
wllirt5''<>bahly he the Nationals,. who will 
have to go nftcr-lt whtm- the-flme-twmes 
to do so. Of cour.^e, It i» tot) bad that 
t tTB MKin tFeal«"4Vj'«-«wt- brlngloK -IL. back 
with thenrrbirttf It could not, bedone 



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iH uhout it. 7— Montreal Htar. 
■ 'Almnnr dully no'-v there comas aver 
the calile reports of victory for the Can- 
adian Zlngari. They grr' wandering on 
through merry lOnwhuid, howling mit 
opponents and .running up hiajorn.v 
weore.x. A \vlnnirvfHC<ww4<,Uan «rlGkMt Ifwini. 
In I'^iglnnd 1h not a bad aclvertl-seiniiut 
for this conhtry, 'bven if its memberK 
.never iJB'^'^^-^'"'''" '"""tbs phout the lllini- 
italjlo Ave<?r nnd' inllllon.x of hllHllel.^ of 
wheat. , A country IhHt rnn grow crlck- 
f:\orn coinnfiniUv Knglaiid's lenpect. 



players are rerinested to attend: >Tohnt 
son', t.'legg, Htyli'S, O'Kell, Nole, Bryn- 
orfsen, Ross, W. Johnson, S. Redgrave, 
I'". Sweeney, A. Clark. P. Wllacm, L. 
HwKwney, McOartor. Pettlcrow, Carse, 
Srirglson, McDonald. .1. Johnson. 
Voui^g, Jenkins, Halley, Kroegerr .Mor- 
ris,. Pii.rd,\', Dempster, McGreagor, Mar- 
tmrHarrTs-" 

..'. - A Practice Match- .... 

The N'tctorlii Weal and Cloverdale 
trutmw w1ir have n iiractlce match at 
.North \'^'ul■d varli this evening. Th« 




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COLONIST 



W»dn««(iay. Ausuat 10, 1910 




TENNIS 




CRICKET 




BASEBALL ATHLETICS 



HOWFOULKES 
HELDilllLF 



: Des.G4{itIaa-ot---Xetmi s -^ Matm 
In Which National Champion 
Retained the Honor — His 
Generalship a Feature ' 



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^ UNFAIR TACTICS 

: OF WESTMINSTER 



Capt. Foulkos. of Ottawa, who Is 
comlngr to reside In Victoria perinan- 
eiuly at an early-flSfey as press des- 
patches ha\o lirictly told, has won the' 
Canadian national cliiiiiipion.s<jli).{ 
Rather he successfully defended his 
title because he v as last y<«J.r-'s cup 
holder. In view of the susrgreation' 
that he and Schwengers be Invited to' 
gho an exhibition before the Vlctorlai 
Club It' is interesting- tri "K'now'jtny-t 
thing- -which may give a line on thss' 
captain's fiirni. Hence an extract' 
from the Toronto "\Vorld, in an uro-^' 
CMunt of the match which decided the 
n:it]onal chaini)ion>l\ii'. is published. 
1l iollo%\'.^: 



On thq return Of the Montreal 
lacroHse players to their"' east- 
ern honie .they tojd numy boqU 
stories of New Westminster's 
team, but that sprung- by Alf. 
Kan o w gg'^tlio best .iff '_all. 

"Do you kno%v that tlie AVest- 
l)iinsters used tyo balls In the' 
second game against us'.'" said 
Kane to c'harlie Quorrie. The 
ball was drawn at centre, and 
the Westminster man secured 
It. He put it away smnewhere, 
and the insUle home man pull- 
chI aiKither out, and dropptul- U 
In over Tlerney's shoulder into 
the goal. At least, that Is the 
way it seemed to us, su fa;:il 
did the ball go down." 



PLAYERS EN 
rOK NEXT GAME 



Victoria-Vancouver Provincial 
League Lacrosse Match 
Next Saturday Afternoon 

, — Locals in Form 



lOuly In the spring the horsemen of 
New Brunswick look steps to shut out 
from their tr/ittlnsr clroull all United 
Stales homes except those from the adr 
jolnltiK county of Arroostook. .Now ef- 
fon,<j are being made to hold a series of 
rece meetings In Aufc'ust, at which 
American horses will compete. In ref- 
erence to this matter, the Frederlcton 
Oleaner writes: "If the New KtiRlaiid 
stables can be shown that there will he 
several weeks' racinsftln New Hrun.s- 
wlck. with good pursfH, they will com.) 
(lowti here, because the riresent rare 
trnek belling ltigiHlaH<-n ussured them 
lliul the belling will gn on wllloint In- 
trrfTTenct': There is al.so a good pros- 
l)"Ot ef gettltiK some of the 'Myutreal 
Htaliles of trotters and pacers he-e." 






"The shower which fell just as th©^. 
singlf'S-niatch was about to begin, byj 
softening the court, helped Foulkes'j 
cut ground strokes to come oft' fre-j 
iiuently. and puzzled BalriJ, who 'Isac-i 
customed to clay courts and a fast-) 
rl.^ing ball. Hovi'evcr, after the former 
h;id j!-i) Baird assumed— the aggressive 

-and took six sfltrisrht games, IS'-ares' 
to 8. The second set was_cbaracter- j 
ized 'by- . tho-rcsnlUta- defeiice f'oulkes 
offered, his great getting" abilities and' 
accuracy of return, and, towards the 
end, a lot of clever net work -with' 

.<:poss-court and line volleys. In this 
set, Foulkes 6-3, thp winner scored 
only 10 aces tP Baird's 15, but put only 
one ball each in thes net and out of, 
court. 'I'll.' ti'i! i >i't was the most" 
beautiful. :; v, ti: ■, - the turning-point j 
of the match. I'oulkes assumed the! 
aggressive, showing great generalship, ; 
getting to the net fxeQuently, and.i 
though not smashing much, volleying; 
splendidly, his sipeed, direction and} 
timing being admirable. He had i 
Baird in difficulties freyuently, made 
the latter play, {lis game, find beat him ; 
at It. He scored 18 aces to Baird's ^ 
10, with mistakes about even, but 
scored when needed, winning at 
6-2. It was now or hever for Balrd. 
iMii he opened strongly with a lead of 
: '. His overhead volleying n6\V was 
li,. !m.-,( 111' showed, but Foulkes 
1 r.\. i a ' uderful getter, refusing to 
be beaten, and was returning most of 
them, safely, making It 3 all and 4 all. 
Baird continued per-slstent. smashing, 
and took the next two and the set at 
*i-4, Foulkes, when at 4-5 and 30-40, 
serving a double fault.' .Aces were: 



'Balrd J 6, Foulkes 7; two sets all. 

"It was during the critical set that 
the prettiest net play was seen. The 
puce slowed down In an etitort after 
accuracy, and the struggle for the net 
was keen. , Foulkes" generalship was 
more apparent than ever, and- his iia- 
tience In waiting stroke after stroke 
-*)f the exact moment, to make a kill 
-\va8 admlnible, whereas Baird often 
netted the ball In trying to kill off a 
difficult stroke. Th«^-i«*terr \yjtHt:ela^ 
ly nervous, whereas the champion*!! 
confidence was superb. One all and 
two. ail were called, and after Baird 
hald 15 Foulkes scored 30 on two 
lovely low cross-courts, .then Bjiird 
"cToubie faulted and Fouikes pas.-red 
him again, 3-2. l-'rom this on tholat- 
ter's ground-driving and his volleys, 
ran him out the winner, fi-i;, the aces 
being even, but Biiird's mistakes trebl- 
ing the other's. Keen as was the dis- 
appointment, the a-wlause for the 
winner was general, and all appreci- 
ated .nie' "Champion's remark at the 
prize-giving, that Balrd, was the best 
player and Ttport.sinim he had ever 
met." - • 



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The question of affiliation hclAoen 
the British Columbia and the C A. S. 
A. has been considered favorably by 
provincial swimming enthusiasts. But 
the rinancial part of the contemplated 
transaction obtrudes so prominently 
tliat there is some hesitation in tak- 
ing the step. However the local sec- 
rotary has written for Information and, 
if it is possible, to make, the plunge 
without forwarding 50 good Iron men 
to the treasurer of the central l)ody. 
union will be sought without delay. 



A.M the season draws to a close the 
li>cal interest In lacrosse begins to 
wane. This has been particulariy ap- 
parent during the past, few weeks, or, 

to ijut iFTmoilier way, since the Vic- 
toria team took to the tfihoggan on 
which they have been siieedlng down- 
wj^-d^ever since. I,<>i-al sportsmen are 
ketii for the National game, while 
their ■ representatives are climbing uj)- 
■\vnrds over the ccn'psetf of fallen fues. 
But immediately they begin to , be 
hammet;e<l a bit the enthusia.'im lltck- 
ers and eventually dies, the athlete* 
being left to fight their battles on 
their own, while those who should ba 
<>ut dieerlng them along remain at 
home aTifr~Bmlle sarcastically when 
they see the score. 
;:::^iiQ.S£esrftrprtto«r -Victoria stick handl- 
ers are confident that the tally In 
next .^Sati.'r.fi.a>' afternoon's provincial 
league -.match, which will bo iietween 
Vict"rla and N'ancouver, won't '"'*' one 
Vvhirh will call forth sne_eriug remarks 
from- those fair AV*atheV» rootere-re-j 
ferred to. They believe .that they can 
trlnt-th« Terminal t'ity boys. In a fair, 
and /square fight, even If they havn't 
a large and excited cruu,i t n,?lr 
•backs; For the past several .la., th^yj 
have been wi>rking hard under the 
guidance of the selection committee, 
the members— of which have not lost 
hope of bringing the Kilmarnock cup] 
to the Island this season. The result: 
Is— and this Is not an cxaKgeraUon — | 
that they "are rounding into first-clasSj 
shape, and cerUiinly should be in a' 
position to give the visitors, no rnat-j 
ter how.strdng they be. as much asj 
they are bargaining for. - i 

That it will be a fast match, one 
worth while iaeelng, seems assured. 




torla. ..With the completion of the Y. 
MrC. A. Hulldlng with Irs tank he 
■pointed out that it would bo possible, 
to enjoy th"? recrcatloii and to hoM 
competitions the year round. 



inELET'S PETS 
TO MAKE TRIP 



Victoria Baseball, Nine Will 
Encounter the Snohon^.ish 
= Cracks in Double Header 
" This Week" End'at Everett" 





BOATS 1 RACE 



Enthusiasts Look- fo^r Excep- 
tionally Fine Contest From 

• Ketchikan' to Vancouver 
Tills Monti] 



WJllle Gregg, who was sold by Spo- 
kane lust year to Cleveland for ,$1.00i) 
and then refused to report, Ib not as- 
tonishing th*— Coast I.ieague fans Just 
now. . Against San Franci'Mco his trouble 
was a fondness for bases on balls, 
which mixed well with scattered hits. 



Report hath it that the grouse are 
exceedingly numerous. A spo-rtsman 
rentarked yesterday that ho had seen 
the largest covey the other day he had 
come across for ten years. 

At the annual meeting of the British 
Columbia Amateur Swimming associa- 
tion held here recently offlcexs were 
elected as follows; Honorary Presi- 
dent. His Honor the Uleut. Oovernor; 
honorary vice president, "E. Sears. 
Victoria; secret.M - > • ■ - ■ . • .\ j. 
Brace. 



At last Vi'atlalet's pels, the bull 
tossers who have been performing ■ n 
the localdlamond throughout the se.i- 
son with varying success, arc going 
to take a trip. It Im.m i. . ri ^i^reed 
that, perhaps, a jaunt rthru.ul .vould 
ilven up the nine, give them a zest 
whkh they have lacked of late, and 
which they have lacked of late, and 
incidentally furnish the fans with a 
better type ot ball in the summer's 
concluding m^tclies. They will play 
Snohomish at Kverett on Saturday 
and Sunday next. The manager re- 
ceived word ■ from the manager of th.p 
Snohomish club that he would like the 
Victoria team to meet his lads on the 
dates indicated, and it was decided 
that the trip would be made by the 
entire team. Practice was helil last 
night, another •will take place this 
evening, and a thlod on Thursday 
night.' An Invitation is extended the 
general public, and li is hoped that 
the fans will accomp-iny the team in 
large numbers. 



VANCOUVER, Aug. 9.— Fifteen or 
more power~'boats of v^arylnfi___Blze, 
speed and engine classification win 
enter the - Ketchikan- to -Vancouver- 
race the middle of Ihrs month, ac- 
cording to the latest reports. Entries 
for the race will not dose for. several 
days yet, and there may even be"post 

"entries" at Ketchrkan up to the. day' 
the race starts.- August 15. • 

If the entries in the commercial 
class, that is, tlieT3oats for utiMlarian 
jiurposes, are numerous enough, they 
will start on .August IG; The boats 
will be given twelve Tiours' margin for 
the start, so that the skippers maybe 
given an opportunity to show their 
knowledg;e of local ©©nditlons and 
take advantage of tides, winds and 
currents. 

Boats from every city on thennrth- 

-west waters will be entered, although 
few will be^ from Seattle. Tlio visitor 
from the longest distance Is the "Wan- 
derer,- owned and handled by Sli-. 'E.^ 
A. Salisbury, a former Seattlelte, who 
now hfills-from the South Const Yacht 
Cliib, of San Diego. Seattle, Vtc.torla 
and- Vancouver._ldL.._il,.„Iac0Hia. Ever- 
ett, Belllngham and Portland are ex- 
]••' ii-d i" fiirnish entries, 

Must Be in Ketcfilkan August 14 
All boat;- !'e in Keicliikan by 

, a. m. on ii.'. .i..jrnUig (jf August 14,. 
according to the race rules, in order 
to allow for measurement under the 
ratings of the Pacific International 
Power Boat Association, which is 
promoting the long-d istance c ontest. 
iSutrlea will be received up to 'XUgust 

10 by the. secretary, 1210 Dominion 
Trust Building, Vancouver, B. C. 

Handsome trophies as well as money 
prizes are offered for the winners. A. 
V. Comings, publisher of the Pacific 
Motor Boat, has offered a toOO trophy 
cup, which will be presented t-he-win- 

11 er df the race. 

Tilts long-distance, contest is the de- 
velopment of two years or more of 
power boat racing -along the nortb- 
. weat_.csmat, it is undoubtedly the 
j)303t important contest ever schedul- 
ed on the coast, and will be made an 
annual fixture, according to the plans 
of the~"T*aciflf- Tntrrnatlonal Power 
l-!oat -•VssociaU'Mi, 



t EASTERN LAGROSSE t- 

■*■ . ' ' ♦ 

♦- After all the French-Can- ■♦ 

♦• adian lacfosso team of the -•■ 

♦• lOastern l^eague Isn't Invinc- -*■ 

•♦■ able. , The Tocnmsehs ijrovcd •♦■ 

■♦ this last Saturday when the -*■ 

■^ Nationals were beaten, G-3. ■ •♦- 

♦- 'J'he league standing follows: •♦■ 

•♦■ Ooals. '-♦• 




-*- • , ' W. L 


F. 


j<. ■♦ 


-♦- Nationals 7 1 


63 


23 ♦• 


♦ Montreal fi 1 


61. 


2S ♦- 


-♦- Tbronfos 1 4- 


4S 


40 ♦ 


-*■ Tecumsehs . . ..4,4 


46 


39 ■*■ 


■♦• Shamrocks.. . . . . ;i 4 


2S 


58 -*■ 


•♦• Cornwall .. .... 3 6 


34 


4 5 -'*- 


♦ Capita 1h 1 7 


3ti 


74 -*■ 


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AT HALF-TIME 

Victoria's I-acrosae Clull) is experi- 
encing a series of misfortunes. It 
was rather' too had that they shQuld 
have fallen down so badly after liav- 
ing hold V'aneotiver down for three- 
quarters in Saturday's provincial 
league match- -tm — thu- mainland. 1 1 
was another case of "got up in the 
air." Wouldn't It be a good idea lor 
someone to furnish the boys with a 
little ballast. Seems to be all, they 
need. They're like a full rigged yacht 
. without the keel. The speed is there, 
but that which Is necessary to retain 
equilibrium In stress Is, lacking. Seri- 
ously the time has arrived for Vic- 
toria's team to brace up. Saturday's 
match against Vancouver here will be 
the last opportunity. If they don't 
succeed nhen the sports might aa_'v?ell 
allow visions -of- the Kilmarnock cup 
1. \-inir-h. 



-: In Vlcto,-ia and Vancouver it would 
ajxpear ridiculously early to start 
preparations for t^e opening of the 
rugby season and yet the preliminary 
steps have been taikcn in California. 
The play begins there on the ,28th inst. 
when t;oach James Schaeffer. Asslst- 
and Coach Cedric Cerf and, a number 
of varsity men will arrive from Aus- 
tralia With the. Ail-American r-igby 
team. \a schedule of games is given 
and the articles coneltHles with a re- 
ference ^o the usual visit of a British 
Columbia^ team to that State. 



sland Championships Will Be 
Decided In Competition at 
Gorge on -20th Inst.—rhe 
Events 



Miss HaV.el Hotchklss is the star at- 
traction at\ the Seattle tennis tourna- 
ment, whicn Is taking place this -week. 
After wlnniVig .in the singles, and, tak- 
ing first awards in both the ladles' 
doubles andlth^ mixed doubles at Tii- 
coma the ivaminul champiorv is pre- 
pared to givb exhibitionsTal Che Sound 
metropolis. /It is reported that she is 
Improving with the season's advance 
and many belieye that there would 
now be little doubt of the outcome of 
a match between her and Miss May 
Sutton. - " . ..,: 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



Another series of swlrnming cham- 
lilon.ships are to take place on the 
L'inh inst. Tljese will decide thelsland 
titles, ftntries being confined to Vic- 
toria and other cities and towns on 
this ide of the Gulf. A list of the 
events, which was drafted at a recent 
meeting of the committee of maimge- 
mcnt, follc.rws; Senior, 100 yards; 220 
yards; 440 yards; 880 yards and 1 
juile... J-Uiiior,,.4Q-.Xflr<J^- ■Ladles. iOO-. 
>ards. -- 

A number of additional attractions 
are under consideration. .^mong 
these will probably be the greasy 
polo and a diving contest, while the 
suggestion has been made that there 
be a long dive added. 

The Fifth Regiment and Y. M. C. A. 
teams are expected to engage in a 
water polo match. , This would be a 
strong drawing card because it is so 
strong that Victoria sportsmen have 
an opportunity to witness -this really 
fine game. The teams have been 
training for some weeks, the para- 
phernalia necessary has been provid- 
ed, so that there is every reason to 
believe that the- exhibition -would be 
faist as well as interesting, it for no 
other reason, than because of its 
novelty locally. 

TRAVELERS wIn : 

FROM THE SOLDIERS 

The Ciiited Commercial Travelers 
last evening defeated the Fifth Regi- 
ment Ih an interesting league baseball 
match by a score of 6-2. The contest 
took place on the Beacon Hill grounds. 
It was watched by a good crowd, the 
majority of whom were supporters of 
either one side or the other, so that, 
there was no lack of rooting. Every 
play was followed by many eagle eye, 
ojich brought forth Its appropriate 
comment: Boriietlmes the players were 
pral.scd- but more often , they were 
treatfjxl io the outspoki^xv ,criili:i£m„_O.L. 
thts— fans. However the clas.s of ball 
■was first class. The battery for the 
winners wa.s: Hnllod, pitcher; White, 
catcher. For the vamuished Cainiis- 
sn littehed-JUid-, Medina was- backstop. 
It is alleged by the defeated that they 
had m'H their full team On the ground. 




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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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SEES PROSPERIIY 
ONEWHANO 



liit l i m fclilili T i i' ii ' ly 

tlon was also iruide of a proposal 

which had been presented Jo thti.cov- 

yj ernment to assist the C. N. R. in 

building a road to the . Okana'^ah by 'at Hasset. 

way of Ivamloopa. It was pointed out| 

that connection of -this kind would It hua been 



It is reported that an additional $2.- 
000 has been ffranted for the construc- 
tkm of the Hurrlson-Cape -Fife loud 



s=ss= 



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Premier McBride, Back From 
Mainlandr Speaks, of Bright 
Outlook for Kamioops^ and 
Other Sections 



recommended tluit 500 
pjMVA-Oi an imtnenae udvantag^e tu the feel of hose, and two reelH of ^50 feet 
pruvliice.' This matter will probably! each, be purchaMPti fur the Prince Ru- 
be considered In the near future. | pert ftre brigade.' 

■During my trli? i spent three, days | — - ^ 

In the lower Fraser vuUey, and found' Comprehe|;islve plans are being per- 
that the nhubilants of that district ; fectpd in I'riiice Rupert lor the revep- 
art- experiencing good times. Pros- 1 tlun of Sir Wilfrid l.auri**i- "n his 
verity is apparent on all sides. , In' furlhcomlng visit ther e hoou. , 

New Wcisimlnster and In the'townsito^ , .. -- ^ . - 

of liurnaby and in South Vancouver, J. B, 



It Is probalile that the site of 

new Albernl hospital will be on 

/lorth side of the Ury (•rpe!<' "park 

'serve, about six blocks back from 

waterfront. •' ' 



VVooti ha.H commenced the cpn- 
ifoTind condllloris of the most excel- i siruction of a large two-storey resl- 
iciit character. " „ ' dence on Sixth avenue In I'ort Al- 

■Whlle on the mainland wherever Iberni. < . . 

was all indications pointed to pros-, , „,,r~~ 

perity. and the outlook on every hand| Messrs. A. Hllbert, (.,hap. Martin 
was "of the most optimistic char- ; and Jas. Bl;uk of N'uiialmo have re- 
Of the importance of the Irrigation ^^.^^j. ■• , | turned from a-auccesi^ful tlKhin'g trip 

Congress, which has just -onicludf-d, premier McBrlde returned to the' to the Nanaimo lak^.s. 
its sessions at Kamloops, — Premier, f,;ity yesterday afternoon. Throughout 
McBride, who has returned to, the' ^^[e Evening was engaged in executive 
city, apc!itk*».4n the. iiiKhcsL icrms -QJ^ vt;t,uneil, 



AH this season s styles, 
nicely made and prettily 
trimmed with aM-over 
lacc, etc. Marked Down to 
$i,50, $i.2raiTd . .^l.OO 

Ladies' Parasols, less 2-, per 

, cent. Prices 
f-3.-50--tD— tt; 



this vveeR 

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t=E:Wcscott 



649 Yates St. 



Tel 26 



Agents of MeGall-P^tt^-m,s, 



conimenilatiun. The cunCcrencc, he 
stales, has been ihAi_ most guccus.sful 
ever hold, and there is no' question 
thut Us results will be of a. very fate 
reaching cluiracter. .Tlie outlook for 
! till' drybelt is of an exceedingly bright 

L-buructer. Tlie advent <.>f the Kettle 

\'aliey railroad " and the (Umiidiaaj . 

Noriliern railroad as well as the con- Prince Kupi'rt is soon to have 
nection which will be presenty made initial roller skating masquerade, bail. 
]>y tlie V„ V. -& E. road will vastly 
improve transportation, and solve 
problems Avhlch the settlers in that 
district have been forced to confront 
for many years. The solution of those 
pioljlems mean much tor Kamloops. 
The prosperity' of that city will bo 
advanced to a considerable degree by 
the work which the C. N. R. con- 
templates there 



PROVINCIAL NEWS 



Four bears were Shot In- the suburbs 
of Rossland 'during last week. 



lt!4 



Messrs. C. Harrison. J. .Martin and 
O. M. P. Dean have been appointtul' 
si!h-oI trustees at Masset. 

.■\ -wireless station >wfl-l be built at 
I^awn Hill, Masset. Mr. OT" M. Mcln- 
tyr'- !." the engineer. 



■ ■W.'~HrrT>einpster, stated at Prince 
Rupert rcoently that the land gral)l)prs 
are busy between Prince Ru|)erl and 
Aidernjere along the lino of the .G.T.P. 



Harry Smith, r^si^ed. Th« offlce has 
been removed fromXthe big store to 
the Baldwin block on Columbia street. 



the 
the 
re- 

t lie 



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GENERAL BOTHA TELLS 

OF His PROGRAMME 



fCpnUnuiBd from Page- 8.) 



Crtiei t'onstable Wood of A!bi.:rui i-s 
away -vMsltlng at Vancouver. Constable 



Postmaster Kipp of 
installed some 2o new 
in the postoffior. 



.•Vshcroit h.Ts 
private boxes 



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wires on tin- 1 'hilliwack extension 
of the B. C. ,E. R. have been extended 
about a mile past Huntingdon. It is 
expected that the lino will be complet- 
ed to GhiUiwack by October. Four 
trains will leave for tli>' up-river point 
daily. 

•■Bult<,ins" tlip ram.uis lllfle ' race 
horse of Russland is suffering very 
l)adly through nearly being done to 
death recently by a dum-dum huUet 
while nibbling hay in the stable of 
the No. 2 Sunset mine. The horse was 
taken for tl bear in the dusk by two 
hunters. 



The city -- ltsel£i^..a8 
prosperous, and seenjs to be building 

and extending, more especially in an|McLead Is relieving him 
eastward direction. Many fine busi-' 
ncss blocks and dwellings have been 
i-rected, and the . j)lace" wears an air 
indicating 'that it will become a com- 
inercial centre. "There can be no 
riucstlon," said the- Premier, '"but that 
the development of the lower Thomp- 
son district by the V. X. R. will be, 
frought' with iiVirncnse possibUitieB.I 



The body of Miss AKne* Smith has 
been recovered near 'in Missii'ii ia 
the St. Mary's river. 



In one day in Nelson recently no 
less than 21 vagrants received orders 
to quit. : 



.1 rharles A. 'Atltlnsoh. a pioneer of 
While in KamloQps I had the honor of, 3,^,^^ Columbia and formerly of 
meeting with iMayor Robinson and, j^^^ j,^^ acquired the Soda Creek 
Vice-President Galloway, o£_ilie board, „, The hotel will t -MH'deJled 
and other leading citizens,! "'■■'^ • , 

t There is said to be a water famine 
I in°Wreenwood. It Is said that it will 
i be necessary . to pump 
. 1.4oundary creek. 



water from 



.Mr !■: • 
pu.slma-'Ici 



! has been fifJlirttntM 
Stewart' succeeding 



Thousind Islands.— N>-xt Sunday 
thf H. S. Irnquols will make .one of i 
ihi>!!p delightful trips among the OJulfj 
i.'-lands, stopping one hour at Ma^n'e, 
and returning via ^ th" picturesque 
Pender Canal. Picnir parties' can 
bring their baskets and lunch under 
t;,e trees. Take V. & S. train leaving 
Victoria 9.45 a. m. Rf-freshments and 
music nn board. For further infor- 
mation telephone oil. * 



The hotel 
of trade, and other leading citizenf 

all of whom were agreed that the ad 

vtnt-of the C. K. R. would spell pros- 

p. rity to that elt-y. - I noticed in my 

travels that all the way down the 

Xorth Thompson r^ver the stakes of 

the C. K. R. were driven, and thatj ^ Hlndli was killed by being struck 

these came within three miles of the, i,j. ^^ car. of the B. (.". E. R. between 

centre of the city of Kamloops. Tho ^BVaconsfleld and Earl's road on Sat- 

fact thai that city was not included urdnv iasX^ 

in the route was a. matter of consider- 

able concern to the cHizens, but while' The iuanag.'incin_or the electric 
there I took occasion to point out that i' light service at Stewart announce 
the management of' the C. X. R. hadj that an all-night service will he start- 
been careful to arrange that yards and) ed immediately. 

shops of considerable .magnitude cov- 1 "" t, ,. i. 4 » 

ering considerable acreage would- .bo, ■ In. the two years which have Just 
established there. In addition to this: elapsed Since the P>rnle fire over 
the company is anxious to Obtain iho; $4..=;0n,000 worth of buildirtgs 

smallest possible linage for its malnj I'ecn constructed. ^ 

road, and has no intention of doing! .... 

any injury to the .-if- !,S works j Several prairie schooners pa««- 1 ^^^,^,,, ^..^^^ potent facts about Her 

would be so situate,! ,, • constitute! through '>'<^/rltt '^7^"*'' „ ^^^T pldde and Lhey use it "Destroy th 

a material advantage t . Hu.i city. The| j^^ «^h.nRtmi state bound for the Carl- |L ._. ..... ... .u_ .«.„... =..,1 k. 

government has already shown its'"' " 

The marriage of Miss .Annie Inches 



have 



passed 



Re i-)o rt » that t Ke " c1 eii r f hg ' a nd "d f etl g-''' 
ing of the Vakoui-i , river, nonr .Vl'usset, 
w'ill be dune by ImliHU labor iy incor- 
rect. 'VVhlte labor i.-j lieing employed.. — 

The estate u*' Jdin .Mmcii iIv aged 
rcs.Ulent of Xew Westminster who 
died suddenly Is being looked after by 

tlje I'lTici.'il iidniini.«tratiir. 

John Simpson, formerly principal 
of the Moyie public school. ha.s ac- 
cepted a position as principal -of the 
high school, Waterford, Ont. 

Th.' s' I !• .- "t Viurglaries which have 
been worrying Banff people lately 
have ceased since the arrest and con- 
viction of a C. P. R. policeman named 
Thorpe and a ,vagrant named Mercer. 



Tlif .«panh party serrf«ut b>" the 
provincial ^police from Ne.w West- 
minster to look for the triisslng Blake 
brothers has returned from Pitt lake 
after an unsuccessful qAiest. 



*'T,he long standing que&tlon of the 

relati%^e" speeds -of-1:he lattnc'hes Har- 
rison and Peterson ()f Nanalmo was 
settled Saturday finally when the Vit- 
ter won by ov'er two minute^ 



STERILIZED BARBER ShSr 

A Famous Shop in the CarroUton Ho- 
tel, Baltimore, Maryland. 
The barber sliop in the CarroUton 
hotel. Baltimore, sterilizes everything 
it (ises- in the ahoi). The sttirllizlng is 
done by heat, The towels, the razors, 
the Hiropg,_ihe soaji. the combs, and 
brii.<!hes are all sterilized before being 
used on a customer. Where, there is no 
-toiilizalK u, have the barber use New- 
bro s Herplclde.~Tt kills the dandruff 
germ, and it 1« an antiseptic for the 
scalp and for the face after shaving. 
Ali Icodinj; ViArbfirs .eveVywh&re ap- 



"10. The foHterinfr of stable ronilltloii« 
in- connection with tlie niining tiuhistrle.s 
of South Africa, so ns to eiu>ounigP the 
Investment of adrtltlnnal cApiml therein, 
and the vlg-ornus rt^velnpnient of the 
mineral resources of the (.viunlry. 

"11. The proijiollon of ugtioultural ex- 
IrianNlon nnil land ("ettlement by 
means of Impiovert iuelhnfl?i of 
prorliK'tion. tlie diffu.sion of ^ agri- 
cultural knowledge ao'i, t'^" • open- 
ing up of foreign markels''for South, Af- 
riean pro>luct«. ■ ■ .. - ' 

"These are the oh.jpels .Tnd principle."?," 
added. General Botha, ."whlcli 1 have ^n- 
(loavoreil to carry out iluring my pe.riod 
of office in the Transvna!, and •which I 
and my, I'olleagues delsire I0 cnrry out to 
the best of o\ii- aldllty _ In the govern- 
ment of South Afi-lcn, -and 1 appeal to all. 
South A-frlean.s to strengthen our hands 
hy cn-operalliiK vvlth'ns i)i> those lines." 

The Oppoaltion'B Progrrnmrae 

Side by side with the Prime Minister's 
pronouncement may be set the declara- 
tion of poUe>' pmbfidled in the constitu- 
tion of the Opposition party of the new 
•Cnlonlst party of South Africa," re- 
cently Innugur.ited by Dr. .laineson at 
Rloemfonioln. The oh.|ects of lliat or- 
ganization are declared to he (a) to..tiring 
to completion the union of South Africa 
In accordance with tli« spirit and Inten- 
tion of the constitution; (b) to work for 
the advancement of every section of the 
people, for the promo'tion of agricul- 
tural, commercial and Industri-B^ — pros- 
perity, and for the settlement of o per- 
martont, contented poimlatlon; • (c) to 
build up In Soulli Africa a strong and 
united nation, working- o\it- Its own do- 
mestic problems according to Us own 
needs and aspirations, and taking its 
sliare In the defence of ffie Empire ln"all 
movements leading to more effective 
participation by the different porllnns of 
the Kmplre in Us common benefits and 
iihliKatlons. 1 

South Africa'* Army 
InleresilMK detaila of the Transvaal's 
proposals for the organi/.alloii of a 
union army are ipubllsbed. It Is stig- 
gested-that there ahould lie compulsory 
service for all schoolboys from the age 
of 10 to ir, In the cadet forces of So\ith 
Africa. -Drill, discipline and the ' know- 
ledge of the miniature rifle would he 
imparted In tlie earlier stages, gradually 
extending to skUl-at-arms with the ser- 
vice rifle, with regular instruction at 
the Blsley targets and field targets, ar- 
ranged in accordance with the present 
musketry coursc_£ar the South African 
local forces. A combined cailet Blsley 
meeting WQ\dd be held annually In one 
of the four provlnr?8, and there would 
be annual cadet camps In each state, 
lasting f<?r a full fourteen days.' Service 
with the. senior cadets ' would . follow 
from 15 to 18. with a stlffer musketry 
cause, you, remove the effect." Sold by j and drill coyrse, and annual training In 



WHY! 



are you looking for the impossible 
—the bargain so good—so sure a 
cinch— that you will never 
find it? " 



LOOK 



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PRICES 



$475 ta 
$700 

Ttrms 
Very Reasonable 



at those lots in our Sara- 
toga Subdivision, Oak Bay 

FOR 

a few hundred dollars 
you can secure a beauti- 
ful lot close to 

mi 

^' carline, school, beach 
\ recreation park..:_To 
\ beat this is 

AjMPOSSlBLE? 




I8LIIN0 INVESIMENT CO. 

Kiniiieil 
5ank of Montreal Chambers 

Phone i-}04 



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desire to prote^ct Kamloops as far as 
the C. N. R. is concerned, and. the peo- 
ple could depend that nothing would 
be left undone in- their interests. 

"While T wa^ in that district ihet>- 



of Rossland to '^Ir. Harvey Keith Mc- 
Kenzie of Moyle Vf'&a celebrated re- 
cently at the iTOme of the bride's 

ni'ilher. 



h-r.dlng drugghits. Send 10c In stamps 
I- sample tv The Her.plcide Co., De- 
troit, Mi ■ dollar bottles guaran- 

teeo. 

Cyrus H. B'lwes, Special Agent. 
;i;:.'s (Jovernn-ient street, • ' 



I camp for fourteen days, l-'rom 18 to 

125. the drill course would he that for 

I the trained soldier, with annual canips 

laBfTng — fmirteen - days. Finally, there 

would be ten years' service with the 

reserves, who would be required ti> 



spend iron-i four days to .-i week in- the 
annual camps. It is proposed that the 
whole iif the union shoidd be divided into 
a number of small. areas, each of whlcli 
would be placed imdei- a peruianenl in- 
structional officer directly responsible to 
the territorial or provincial imspBi 
tioned at the military centre In eacli of 
the four provinces. His dirties would 
Include (lie inspection of the school 
cadets, the organization and training of 
the senior. cadets. . and the enrolment, 
eiiulpment and training of the trained 
soldiers. He would further be charged 
with tlie supervision" and legislration of 
ah. the male Inhabltanl.s. and would have 
to-^ecord the residence and-classlflcatlon 
of reserve men In his area, in udililion to 
looklnsr after the orK^'- ' ■'■> -"^l n,.iiii 
'tenance of rifle club.x. 

For the training of officers It is pro- 
posed that a nillltary college should be 
started at- Bloemfonteln. wlilch is re- 
garded as the most central spot, on the 
lines of Kingston. Canada, or West I'oiirtr 
United States, where the permanent In- 
structional officer, as well as those re- 
(lulred for the distritt and head<piarter 
'staffs, and for the permanent troop.«. 
would be tratned. All should be ndlitary 
officers pure and simple, determined to 
devote their lives and encigies to a 



military career only. Tlie training should 
last for three years, the age for entry to 
the college being not leas thani-17 and nut 
over 19. Tlie fees for eduicatlon. in- 
cluding bonr<I. lodging. liooKs. clothing 
and -eitulpnient should.be ni<t- more than 
j_yiSar,_ — g^here shixild also be a 
numb'er of cadet scholarfJilps. After 
the three years' course the •.soung officer 
sliould attend a winter ti-ulnlng with the 
regular troops in Iiulia or a summer 
training in the Cnited Kingdom, and 
on his return to Soutli Africa he should 
,dO__one jx'ar's duty under the best In- 
strucUonal" off leer in hts particular dls- 
ti'-lct. It Is computed that after fo\ir 
yearsT education, and ai tTie age of 23 or 
24. the union subaltern, would be capable 
'•f undertaklns the ar(f uous and respon- 
'Me ilutles of an instructional officer. 
U i.s added thiitJiie .«!c heme aims at con- 
structing a' mobile and highly efficient 
striking force, tralnrsl In horsemanship, 
marksni.inshlp under the most difficult 
.x-crvlcp conditions and illsclpllne. 



Wheat in Ca/iada ^ 

M-:w vi»rtK, .\ug. -'i.—The visible 
,);i' nf wheat in Canada on Satur- 
day, August 6, was- >4, 101. 000 buShelsr 
a decrease of il.'ji.OOO. 



We Have Developed 
Expert Tailors 



It's team- work that ,win.s-r- 
" Persistent, hoady teani-play." 



Vou sec, tlie beauLiXul re.sult on tlic 
T^acro.'Tse fiel4^-efetiLe.iljQ£>tl,)a.ll * 'gridiron , ' ' 
;ni(l aroumi -the_ Baseball diamond — in 
cvory walk ;ii,i(l work of life ■"tea,m-play" 
wins nut. • . ■' . , • - 

Somi- ready Tailoring is a system of 
orjja n i /ed t earn -work— wholesale tailoi' - 
injx — fkat develops team workers, tailor 
men wIki become "stars" ;u!'l ".irti.'^ts" in 
the conception ami prodLiclion ul' line 
clothes for men. 

■"Idic (juickest man wf (■(iiiNincf, i.s llie in;in 
who kn<)\v> tin- rci;iil tailnr liim.-iOt. 
Lasjt season l'>0 iiwrtdinnt t.iilnr.'j ift_; 
Canada alone applied for the 8emi-ready 
Tailoring rights for their town. 




Semi 



Trule Made 




SUMMER UNDERWEAR 



Bathin<; Suits, Working Pants, Oiitinj^ Suits, Flannel Suits, 
Straw Hats, Auto Dusters, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts, 
Business Shirts are still being sold at Sale Prices 



AT 



Tbrr r-Biilton Doublf-brejstcd Sjtk Suits— In 
Sd|!ff,, Woriledt i'-'i Twccdi — at Jl'. $30 
'* anil J;5. 



The Scmi-Rcady 

Wardrobc^^ 



Hundreds of b argains still to be turned into cash, as 
room niust be made for immense shipments 

of New Fall Goods 



B. WILLIAMS 




CO. 



Clothiers and Hatters. Exclusive Agents for Semi-Ready Tailoring. 614 Yates St. 



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VICrrOBIA DAILY COLONIST 



WadiiiMday^/Atiffust 40, 1010 



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LOW-PRICED ISLAND 
FARMS 

N. TSALT spring island, 500 FEET 
WATERFRONT— 110 Aoren. wlth;30 fencecf, 
7 acre* cleared "and under crop. There's a 
four-roomed house, good log barn, 3 chick- 
en houses, new, a good well and two living 
spring. 30 Jrult tuees, moatly apjile. Every 
bit of this land is good, and contains 1,500 
feet of waterfrontage, with good det^j water. 
Price $6,300. / One-third cash, balance can be 
arranged. ^ 
no ACRES, S.^AtT SPRINa iSLAXIir=Zlv^_ 
-miles from Ganges Harbor, 15 acres slashed 
and seeded. There's a log house on the prop- 
erty. Splendid garden and fruit trees. Water 
which Is derived from s_treain and spring, is 
excellent. Only one-quarter mile from the 
'alee Wagon road pas.ses each end of the 
property. Thte 143 acres could \-ery appropri- 
ately be used for sheep farming. Price, on 
terms, $1,200 or will -exchange for good resi- 
dential property In Victoria. 



Rockland Ave. 

HANDSOME RESIDENCE WITH 
TWO ACRES OF GROUND 

We are fortunate enpugh to have 
li.sted with us a Ijaudsonie lo-room- 
ed, modern dwelloiig, with two acres 
of ground, an4 we have no hesita- 
tion in .saying that this will make a 
beautiful home for whoever is 
kictcy enough to purchase it. • 

The surroundings are" all that 



LOW-PRICED ISLAND 
^ FARMS 



could Be^desircd, and tlKrirrcation- — 
Rockland Avenue — is the finest and 
most e-Kclusive in Victoria. Every- 
thing- tha-l- goes to mal-p' up a mod- 
ern 'resideiic^r-'" ' "wjtki-z^^ 
grounds, will he found in this ins- 
tance. 

Price is $25,000 on which fav- 
orable terms will be given. 



150 ACRBIS SALT SPRING ISLAND — Nearly 
20 acres cleared, and the larger portion can 
be cleared with very little trouble. Close to 
water, and juat off the mala road. liand is 
all good. Price $3,500 on terras. 

VESUVIUS BAY, SALT SFRINd ISLAND, 
650 ACRES—About 30 -acres af this is cleared^ 
and the balance is In very good timber. 
Property has a water frontagv, with in ex- 
cellent bay. Price, $12.00 per acre. , 

150 ACRKS S. SALTSFRtNO ' ISLAND— Main 
road runs through property. 20 acres of fx- 
celont ploughing lHnd,_ two good fruit henrlrig 
orchards and lots of small fry Us. Lalce Is 
well .stocked with trout. There are a fi-w 
buildings on the land. Price, on tcrnus, i'lJ'ViK 
Adjoining wharf in front of this pr(n»'riy can 
be purchased, a bluckamlth'.s shop for $50(1, 
and a gocwl summer wite next t<^ wharf can 
also he bought for $50(j. The latter would 

- make nn ideal location for a .summer boarding 
house. 



FRUIT FARM 



Situated in Esquimalt 4istrict, being four miles -from the-eiijf.,ajid less than quarter of a 
injlc from flag station on E. & N. Railway. r^ 

52 acres, of which 14 acres are Reared and under cultivation, balance in rock and timber, 
there being about 2,000 cords of wood. ' ■'■ "' ;'. .-^^ l-,.,,,.,^ ;.,,, C: 

The land is all tile drained and fenced and has an orchard of 1,400 trees. 1,300 Pippins 
3 1-2 years old, 100 assorted pears, peaches,_elc., of which 20- are in full bearing^: 

New 1-1-2 storey dwelling of sixTTOoms, bath and pantry, small cottage, four new -chick- 
en houses and usual barns, four wel^ls of good water Jbesides running stre"aiTi7T\.n ideal place 
and -a money n\ak errr-^-:;^-r-rrr ~ -"- - 




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B.C. LAN D 3c 





INVESTMENT AGE NCV 
11/' 11 



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Price $14,000 on Easy Terms 



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P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Moneg to LoanT"^ " fire Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Rent. 



Phone io76 



1130 BROAD STREET. 



P. O. Box 423 




$3600 



will btiy 

A New House on Cook St. 

This pretty six-roomed Bungalow is only one bU^k 
from car line, one block from park and athletic grounds. 

The house is modern in every wa} . burlapped walls, 
panelled staircases, plate rails, cenijcnt foundations and 
cement floor in basement, and furnace. Pantry closets, 
cupboards, etc^ — - 



Very Easy Tertns 



4 Acres on 

Gar Line 

$2000 

PER ACRE 



This has a fine >lope, and, is all cleared 
_yery fine piece of ground for sub- 
dividing 



PEMBERTON & SON 



614, FORT STREET 



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Look at This ! 




FOR A FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE NEAR PARLIAMENT 
BUILDINGS, containing gas, electric light, bath, hot and cold 
water. Lot is 60 x 120. For terms and particulars apply to 



GRANT & LINEHAM 

P.O. Bdl§07 633 YATES STREET Phone 66^ 



HeadOffices^ 



LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 
LINEHAM & CO, Jordan River. 



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P|\ LUiTLp &"^ V^^rluccfl: v.-hioh, for so sn,.> 



AT THE. CITY HOTELS 



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EDITED fi^f 

M^y.SEfe C?AHA,t.lA,N MlNirKi 
IKSTlT'JTi:, GSKEW/.XLL 
0LDMEDAU5T NOBTH" ENG- 
LAND IM5TlTUTr'"MlNIK&- 



The FasBlngr ot Xie Bol. 

■fhi^ < 'iinadlati Minliii; .Imirriar says 
that til' oinethluK . un.spea.kably 

tragrlcal failure of a full-Krown 

jTilnlriK cniorprise. Some years before 
tKe Rossland boom began, two French 
Canadians, Morris and Bourgeois, staked 
the LeRol claims. In 1892, Col. I, N. 
>'aton. of Spokane. Wa-shlnston, took 
over the mine. In 1S93 extensive dovel- 
optVient was commenced. One yf-ar later 
the -mt'teorlc Augu.stus Itainze came on 
the scene, Ho It was 'vt'ho built nine 
miles of rajljijvay from the mine to 
Trail; also he erected a smelter where- 
withal to treat the ore. .Inst after the 
lielglit of the boom, ex-Governor C. H. 
Mcintosh, known to all adult Canadians, 
came on the scene as the reprfesentii- 
fVo of Whlttaker Wrlght/s syndicates. 
After purchftHlnR-te Rol for a sum ex- 
ceeding |l,Of)0,nf)0, the syndicate under- 
took to develop and prospect tlie prop- 
erty on n scale that whs, pprliapa, hard- 
ly warranted. A smelter was erected 
al Norlhport.; Diamond drllllngr was 
l>n)?un, iind slnklnK and drUing- p\ishi'd 
\l8:orously. At least |20, 000,000 In gold 
has been taken out ot the I..e Hoi. For 
Home reason — there aro those who as-~ 
sert that the mine .has suffered from 
a Burfolt" (if tondnn niflnaRement — I.e 
Itol liaa jaever yielded continuous prof- 
its. In any, case. Its, tenuous exlsterfco 
has been, brouKht to a close. And sim- 
ultaneously expire the hopes and ex- 
pectations of many hundred unfortiinatc 
shareholders. 

Fatalities In Mines. 

The MontriTil WMrnoss, .Inly IMU. liful 
a short editorial comnioht on fatalities 
111 I'^iiKlish conl mines. ■ The ' Wltnes.s 
cnmincius on tho fact tliatin 1908 thlt- 
t'^en hundred porsons lost their lives In 
nUnes. and rr'fers. to^ a recent debate In 
ihfi Brltl.ih H"UHo of Commons coH^tirn- 
Inir the Whitehaven disaster. The. Wit- 
ness remarks that "the one cheerful 
f<(it«rn of the di'l)ate was the. infurma- 
IJon Ihat advance life-saving had )>eeti 
made, and that In fffty "S't^m-s the fatal 
#T.J'l<"nts have been reduced from (Ivo 
f,i-r lhoti>'Hrid to less than one and one- 
httif f'f>r thodsand of the men employpd, 
fJiU Ih" future for 190S, as one member 
Mro^fkfd, ore nllll an "Indictment of the 
*rT«ri«lf«ttT»nt «f the plls" It should be 
^.ijw«f'ibftr«>d In c/tPSlderlnK tiie.ie flsures 
i»',#* (»( (hft fifty years referred to by 
hr* Wiir>«»>« lh«i docrossn In, l-o^n of life 
lijij. /«i^| ^»()f,ft«( huH b.ien «<-rom[)anled by 
(J. if,(ttp,it<,K In ih« tonii*«(» of coal P^o- 



flucerir which, for s<v siii.ill n country 
as I! • I'.rltain^ Is nothing less than 
remiu kaijit.-. Reflections on the, manage- 
ment of British coal mIrnrB will come 
more g-racefully from Canadian newspa.- 
p<r.= when the accident rate In Canadian 
coal mines compares more favorably 
with the British fatality rate -thaji is 

the case today: Althoug-h. when the 

rate of mine fatalities of ("anada la 
compared with that of thi; United 
States we have cause for coneratuliUion, 
yet, -unfortunately, we have fully as 
much cause for reflection when our fig- 
ures are compared with those :of Great 
Britain, France and Belgium. The Wlt- 
jifiBB refers, to the Home Secretary's ac- 
tlpn in InlroduciPK a bill to the British 
parliament for the organization and 
training of rescue corps. " M'hlle we 
have, no wish to deprecate the value t>( 
these appliances and the necessity for 
their adequate provision and tVie train; 
ing of men in their use, yet i' must be 
remembered that the proper way to ro- 
dnco flfCldenin' Is by preventing, as 
much as posMible, th'' causes from which 
they ari.«e. The correspondent lins'on 
several previous occasions pointed^ out 
that the term "rescue apparatus" I'l a 
misnomer. Tho probabilities of being 
able to rescue any large njimbcr of men 
at coal mine explosions ds always open 
to grave douI)t. , Up to the present time, 
and In the opli>ion of the "Witness In the 
i.Uture, the proper use ot breathing at 



pa-ratus will be In checklfrRr~tTm-~i 
of incipient fires b,v enabling the un- 
derground lire brigade to approach with- 
in effective range of fire, and in fir*^- 
v^ntlhg ancti a ftro from developing Into 
a disastrous conflagration with dire re- 
sults to both rife and property. The 
provision of Ijrcat.hing apparatus, ac- 
companied by the proper training 6.f 
men In their use, Is needful and should 
commepd . Itself to every mine-owner 
Who hafl'nny regard for life or property; 
Jiiit their general uh(;> is not likely to hf 
foUxxwed bv tinv marked deoriase In 
tho fatalities Incident -to coal-nilnlni!?. 
The great majority of coal-mining fa- 
talities arise from falls of roof and 
sides find froin accidents cnrinected witlv 
tlve mining machinery. « On this source 
of fataUtles the provision of brealhlpg 
.sppar.nlus and tho erection of r??>('UP 
stations enn;' pf course, have no effect- 
whatever. If the iVTcntreal Witness will 
comparioi ' tb<-' Canndlan coal productb^n 
of . 10.50Q,000 _per annuflu wltH^-Uie Brit- 
ish coal, production of 27O,non,OO0 and 
put slile by side with these figures the 
number of livf."? Igst In tt'e coal mines 
In ench' rnfo, they Vvlll realize Ibnt if 
the Brltl.sh ngures are to be considered 
n« sn Indictment of tho management of 
the pliB. a good deal could be sfild on 
thin side of the WBter. 



At tho Drlard — , 

.Rankin Dawson, London; 'H. K' Pot- 
tery, National Opera Co.; Miss Thomp^ 
son. Seattle: Ed M. Sautem. Seattle; L, 
J. Kru pp. London, Kng.^ :G.. Coinfill^ JBl. . 
J. wr^olUns and wife, Seattle; Miss E. 
Taylor, Lelcesterj F. Wright, Vancou- 
ver; M. Boyd, piinckhs; A. French, Van- 
couver; F. S. HessuUey and wife. Bos- 
ton, Mass.; R. Dowsnell. Vancouver; p. 
Thornton, Geo. Thornton, Seattle; C. W.- 
Johnson and ' wife, Elmsbury; Miss 
Scott. Portland; Mies. Beatrice Keast, 
Seattle; Mr. and Mrs, {J|l JMeR^e, Mrs. 
G. H. Schmidt, New York; U. Harris 
and family. Jt^ortland; L. h. G«iUelier," 
New Tork; R. C. Roberfs, Peabody, Ks.; 
Mrs. H. J. Horn,^MrB. P. D. Dods, How- 
ard Mill, Vancouver, ' .' 

At the King Edward — 

VV. K. Morris. Ladysmlth; F. C. Comf- 
bern, Mrs. Comfbern, St. Johns; E. H. 
Newton, Mrs, Newton, H. ^cwton, Van- 
(!ouver; ,0. L. Chapman, Mrs. Chapman, 
N. E, Toole. Seattle; C. O. Hale, C. H. 
Hablltzel, Sprague. Neb.; J.,, C. Sabln, 
Vancouver; A, J. Smith. Skldgate. B. C; 

A. Thompson, E. Turl.>aun, Vancouver; 
J. Wilson, Mrs. Wilson, Sea,ttle; M. J. 
Hall, New York; Miss H. Orr, Mrs. IC. 

B. Hore, W. W. Munsnn, Seattle; F. .l" 
HuJnblcton. Smith's Falls; C. F. .Moon, 
S. M. Cochran, Mrs. t'ochran, Seattle; 
J. C. Donovan. St. Paul; C. M. Campii.dl, 
Wasliinglon; J. Applebe,, Mrs. Applebe, 
Tarry Sound. Ont. ; Margaret Mclnllkln, 
Martha Mclnllkln, La Porte, Iowa; W. 
H. Gerber, Mrs. Gerber, l^os Angeles; 
J. R. ."W,al<lo, Vancouver;. W^ D. Munro, 
Mrs. Munro, Seattle;' iif;')-Jkf, . B,amsay, 
tJeo. Crawford, II. Francis. Mrs. Fran- 

^owvtir; ..Wr. S , -Hpal ding. C. Spald- 
ing, Sidney; L. A-ustIn, Wlndsi>r, Out.; 
H. K. Cummlngs, Mrs. Cummlngs, Mar- 
garet Cummlngs, Philadelphia; -E. Lov- 
ell, Moosejaw; AV. F. Parson, .1. Man.son. 
Kdmohton; II. Crraham, Den-i-ei^; O.-:- S. 
Birch. N., Saanlch; O. Percy Blylhe, Kd- 
monton; .R. T. Coolln, John Preiitltc, 
Vancouver;.' Jlev. I). Holmes, Iloimes- 
daJ«; Courtney Catripbidl, Washington, 
D. C. , .' ■ 

At the Dominion — 

Carl Krundrey and wife, Keattle; M. 
W. klot.z and wit,©, M. W. Klotz, Jr.. 
Cblumbits Junction. la.; Mrs. "f. M. Cotr 
ton, Grbta ('otton," Washington."' Ta.; R. 
S. Jones. Seattle; J. W, -Dawe. .1. B. 
Campbell, Vancouver; C. Brutnpton, IC. 
P. Chandler, Mrs. W\ McFarlen. Ml.ss A. 
B., Chandler, Vancouver; Mr.«. 1 1. Mc- 
■&w«.n, Al-rs. W. Mel-lwan; Ml.ss )■! Shaun- 
esay. Mrs. .Mlgglns. Vnnvouver; Mrs, 
Bo .Whilewood; Hugh BuffUm, Pro.sser: 
Miss ;yiary,J3uffum, Valley City. Wash.: 
Mr. and Mi's. Bradstreet, I/ondon; Mr, 
HcUciidell. Torrmtf); A. -Munro, Sidney; 
A. K. Vates.-'-j'ts'analrno. II. A. Mughe.i. 
Va-nnouver; J. M. Becker, Spokane, J. N. 
riagpii. A. S. Fulton. TftCnma; C, E. 
Oliver. Seattle; Mrs. F. G Vowler, Kate 
Cassldy, Ijndy.smllh; Miss Racn*l Dove, 
IvTlsi) Mabel Dove, Saleni, Kenneth 



Campbell, Jas. Borland and family, A. 
D. Abell. Vancouver: E. S. Nntiiee and 
wife, Namee, Ohio; M. Davis, Prince Ru- 
pert; C. Mlchemn, Red Deer; Mrs. W. 
Loveland, . Puyallup, Wash.; Mrs, E. J. 
Sands flnid dau ghter, Tvlarkdale, Ont.; Mr. 
and Mrs. E. M. BrodefTCeTeTSreiS^rB.C.T 
,GeD. ..Kinney^-. McuxtreaX^.-A._H. f'acey, 
Vernon rH. T), Hunting. Londhn; J. Rog- 
ers. A. F.. Downing", H^ Proctor, A. 
Hunter. Vancouver; MFss Faulkner, 
Union Bay; T. Dunstan, S«*attle; R. 
Scragg. Vancouver; E. P. Green, London, 
Eng.; Mrs. Eagle. Seattle; E. D. Percy, 
Vancouver; I... D. Cheney, J. C- Loy, 
Spokane: David Black, Mtilr Crpeli; T, 
Campbell and wife, Kamloops: P. S. 
Cutler, wife and boy, Portland, Ore.; 
Hugh Savage, Westbam Island; W. .1. 
Connellj', San Fr.Tnclsco; Miss L. Cairns, 
Frank. Mov j ^ ' 

At the Victoria — 

. Ben 11' -.vjud ;ind wife. SpOka;i. M- 
Orden .ttnlly, Sidney; O. Little. 

Keattl. M I Page. Sooke Harbor; Ed 
Ingalls. B. EHcson, K. Eden, Seattle; 
J. Barron, E. J. Wolf. R. Evan.s, Van- 
couver; A. Del worth, .South Wellington; 
B. Newark, W. .Tones. Vancouver; J. Tj. 
Dull and wife, B: Harrison, Jas. Cam- 
well, S. G. Hepburn, Seattle; S. Harding^ 
.Seattle; D. J. Pearson, Chernalij,us; Cha's. 
Dedley, Portland, Harry Ward, Seattle: 
Fred J. Hart and daughter, W. D. Wll 
Haras, ■ David • .X^a*t*r, J. .£l SeabrooK. 
Vancouver: A. E, Moore, Kdmonton; 
Mr.s. D. Prince. Mrs. M. A. Rellly, Van- 
couver. J0| 

At the Bmnswick — ■ 

<3. W. PhllllpM, '\ ■ ■ 



Bantl.v, Victoria; Robt. G. Barkley, Mrs. 
Bai^kloy, Mr,' and Mrs. Kennlngton, Mr. 
l^tepney, F. M. -Mlddleton, Westholme; 
H. P. Williams Freeman. W. W. Burdock. 
Somends; E. Corfield, H. A. Norie, E. 
May, R. vD. Reid, Cowichan; Mrs. Car- 
roil^amtfarrrf-iy;^ Vancouver; H. Maynard, 
Victoria West; Mr. and Mrs. W. - R. 
Moore, maid ffnd ch'lUlren, Victoria; Mr. 
and* Mrs. Louis M. Fulton, New "York; 
Mr. and Mrs. G. Stevens, Mass., U.S.A..; 
James G. CoUfer, Vancouver; G. Mon- 
teith, Victoria; O. T. Gilpin and wife, 
Vancouver; A. Bar\croft and son, Vic- 
toria; L. D. Cheney, Vancouver; K. T. 
Hughes, victoria; Hatile' Allardyce, 
Maggie Stevenson, .l.ulu Hartnell, R. F. 
I-'^raser. Vancouver: P. 6. Rendall, Mrs. 
H. B. Rendall, Miss O'SuUlvan. Victoria: 
,Ias. Borland, Vancouver; A. C ;; 

son, Victoria. 

Stratbcona, Shawnlgan Ziake — 

I W'^ Troup and wife, D. W. Troup 
ivife. Victoria; Mr.- and Mrs. A. E. 
Au.sien, Vancouver; T. R. FauII, Seattle; 
T. J. Donohiie and wife, Vancouver; N. 
W'aterhouse ' and wife, Seattle; Mr. and 
Mrs. Geo. Howell, Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. 
W. Horton, Vancouver; Mrs; J. B. Rlck- 
aby, Miss .Marguerite' , Rlckaby, Miss 
Moiia HIckaby, Mr. Stuart Williams. 
.Mrs. Geo, Halliday, Miss Halliday, Mr. 
and Mrs. B. Greene, Victoria; Capt.' and 
Mrs. Byng-Hall, Shawnlgan; Mr. Ber- 
wii'k X'b'torla. 



couver-; F. Bote, H. Bote, J. Bote, Ivc-at- 
Ingr A. eiif tOTir -ehopeanvfrntrt- ^. E. 
TrackWell, "Marlon, Tm! ; Ceo, -pobe, 
Vancouver; H. D. Scott. Strawberry 
Vale: Muit niclun-il :■.'■•>.-, 

At tho Balmoral — 

Dr. .J. F. Young. Mti?s Toiing, Liver- 
pool: Frank CHaptrion, D. D. Chapman, 
Cobble Hill; Miss Basil Gordon, Van- 
couver: W. Mlddleton, Vancouver; Mrs. 
F. C. Reade, B»igiajad; D. J. Cilrti bet-land, 
Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. .Ern.v<t H. Bird. Mls,«s 
Vfrglnlft^^lrd. >ranaimo 

AT THE SUMMER HOTELS 

Koenlg's. Shawnlgan Lake — 

Mrs, F, .1. LuniHden. Kiss ]•',. LUmsiien, 
Gerald lAirhsden, Georgio Fergusmi. 
Grace Uuth. A. E, O.'Opln. W. O. Porter, 
R. W. Hill. Vancouver;' Mr. and Mrs. S. 
L. Drake, B; F, FUrimtrlcU. B, Melloh. 
L. '-O'Brien, Mr. .'md .Sirs riciikln, T. 
Mason. A. ' :T. Wicks. Victoria; M. M. 
Wright, Mary B. Slu/i't. M,urle! McNair, 
Allthn McLellnnd. Vancouver: Mr. and 
Mrs. Tagg, Miss Whur, Sylphla Luxton. 
W'ilnva-l.uxtnn, f'olly LuxUm, .1. S. Mc- 
Adiini. Victoria; J. W. Loril. . Winnipeg: 
Mrs, Xell. Miss KluRston. Cowlrhan; J, 
S. Burns. Vancouver: B- MfKklri, Vic- 
toria; G. I'ethick, II. I)e Mellln, Itl-Mile 
Post: Mrs. R. A. Frith. Miss- Frtth, C. 
Frith, Mrs. H^.De Pencier. Miss W. De 
PfThcler, Mi.'"s N. I'rtiiiliart. Miss R, I'r- 
(luhart, Vancouver; Miss A. Thaln, S. A. 



FLORIST ASSOCIATION 

Will Further Interests of Britisii Co- 
~ r lumbia FlorisK and Nuf.;serymen 

. 'ro ll.lili.i iii.; ill'u. 1 < Sl.S ul li.l.'flOr- 

Jats'. and general _ public of Bfltisli Oo- 
lurnblii, an aasoclaWon to be ki^pwn 
as. the -B. C, .Florists and Nurser.v- 
infiii Association, was formed last 
everting. T'ip Inrt.M branch however 
will' be known as the Vancouver Isl- 
and Flori.st arid Nurserymen's Aaso- 
sociation. Thi.'i Is an entirely new 
movement In this province, British 
ColuiTibia botng the last of the- older 
prov(ncea_ta.form an association of this 
kind. : , . , „ \, 

r :,.^' in'f^etlng of the Vancouver Tsl- 
iiinl .\.'?snriatlon preceded that' of the 
ti <'.\^'!ftu\-\tUyn—Mf—-A-. — J. 'VVoofl- 
\\,ir(l el' i.iihf cTfy wa«- elected presi- 
dent of tho two divisions <tt the aa- 
sociatlon, with Mr. H. Callow as sec- 
retary. .<if--the' local branch and -Mr; ¥t: 
Tidy of New W'estinin.stor, secretary of 
the MHinland brunch. . The yancouver 
Island nsaoclatlon seTected a commit- 
tee to (lra,w-up H conslltntloti; f*rc., for 
the new organization In this city. 
Mes-srs A. J. Woiidward, A. C. Wilson 
erf Nanalnio and L. RuhhoI were chos-- 
oii" as delopates to the first B. C. 
florist nw'-titig tf» be hold ill VnncoHver 
Augii.st. ]«, at the \'!incniiver exhibition 
hiilldtngs. 

Tho.'^f' present for the gcncrjU n-icet- 
Ing which followed the initial meeting 
of ihS' Vancouver Island association 
were a.s follows: 

Messrs. Woodward qnd Riissel of 
Victoria; Messrs. Brown and England, 
Vancouver and Mr. H. Tidy, New 



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Very desirable modern House, on lot 55 x" 150 to a lane in rear, ♦ 

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listing — ask to see this piMperty. 



Heisterman Form an Co. 



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WE ILAVl': A Fl'AV GOOD vSNAPvS ' LEFT /PIIERE YET 

Four Large Sized Lots on Longs Cove — -We/ Can delivcr- 
ihese for tliis week at $2,700 for the four. Ea.st terms. 

One Large Lot on Langs Cove — ^mxjio for this week, only; at 
$1,300. 

Three Acres Waterfront-^Ma,E^nificent view, $8,500. Orie- 
, tliird cri'^h, hal. i, J. ,'^, years. 

Royal Realty Company 

•Phone 2394 . 615 Fori 8tr««t 



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the deji-snlts from tlie newly formed 
MfiinlnrKi .Association to the general 
meeting lield lust night. A delegation 
to lnter\'levv the provincial govern- 
ment relative to tlie work of tho asso- 
ciation will be drawn up at the next 
tnerliiiK. 



Mr. G. N. Ounn, a well known plo- 
n^eer of the Nelson district, has be- 
oonie the constable of C'reston, Ho 
sssuined his new dilthm this week. 



The hotel on the townslte of Bitter 
Creek is almoRt flnlshefl. The fur- 
nishings are arriving daily from tb« 

south. 



FOR SALE I 

Comox, Vancouver klaod ; 

Cleared ■ and bush fsfma; sa- t 
frontaKO in district at all prices. - 
F'ine farming country; «ood local 
market. 

Apply Beadnell & Blscoe, JReal 
Estate Ajrents, Comox and Couir^t- 
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4 Lots, Leighton Road, .44 x 104.. . ; 

2 Lots, Leightori Road,. 44 x 104. . • • • • • • 

I Lot, Duchess Srtreet, 54 x...Ij8 

-T-Lot, Chamberlain Street, 63.9 x.120. . ....... . . . 

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i Lot^ "Eifth Avenue arid Mount Tohnie Road, 55 x 168. . . . 
iUh Avenue and Mount Tohnie Road, 42 x 166. . . . 
Tefy Ea s y ^D ertfts on a ll ^f above ' 



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Modern Bungalow, Hampshire Road, Oak Bay 

— • Most Desirable Location, $7,000. Terms. 



Five-roomed cottage on Craigf lower Road, 
and two large lots. Price $2,500^Easy terms 



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Fire Insurance a SpeciaUy. 



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REA.L ESTATE, INSURAxXGE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 
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Fire Insurance a Specialty. 
Telephone ^15 



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Wc Ijavc Bohic good acreage In 
small . blocks, for «ale.at C(d« 
wood, on very easy terms. 

Several .blocks. of la tia: on, amd 
near, itlie new MUl Bay road. 

Also several business proper- 
tips In the hefirt ot Victoria. 




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Cor Broughton and Langley Streets 

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157 acres of jf»>nfl Innd. 250 fni 
','> treos bearing. < 'lose to steam 
boat Inndinsr. iBmnll houser *»rtf 
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ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 



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watpr front of excellent sandy 
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npar government bid g». .. f 3100 •> 

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road; ' between Kocl^ Bay niul •> 4 

point ElllH 'bridged, prlro. .$1600 '| <■ 

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HOia^WO00 ADDlTtON 

All within one block and less of the car 

Lots all level attd. cleared. Clq.*ie t6 Foul Bay Beach 
J'.uildinj^"Rc.striction on every lot. 

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Farm and Fruit Lands. 

Houses and Lots 



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ftiie view, near llillsidf 
Aa'Ciiuc, '111 easy terms — 

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The Oldest Sciitfi>li Fire Ollicie 



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1212 Broad Bt . LAt* 'Stewart.- 




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mvuAwmmxn &ncnBD 

The N«?w 

VS. ZiAWBSVOli-BmzaTOX. 

BOVTB 

IB»rni|lo«iitl7 Appointed — Tm* 
TurMB* •toamars 

ROYAL EDWaSd 
OYAL GEORGE 

18,000 HOBBBrOWXB 

bBSB TXAV SIX 9ATB TMOU 

rOBT TO rOBT. 

Full iiifiirniHtion on application 
to K: K. BlackWDOd, Cienerwl 
A Ken I, N. P. R. 

i:.. 1). Clietham,' City rassptiRer 
Agent, r. P. R. K. R. Stephen, 
O. N'. Ry.. or \A'. E. Duperow, 
(', T. A., r.rand Trunk raciflc. 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 



., Aug. 10. IT- 
OF PUEBLO 



Lffivlng^VlrtorU »» « «„'' 
.tearoci.. Ql'KEN OTt TtTY 

' THROUGH SEUVICE 

L*iive S«mlll^ 1« *• "' • •"^'""*' ,^'°^'' 
KRNOn i)H rUKSlLKNT. ->\',^..,J .V./j'-itt 

or L-ITV OK SKATTLK leav^t fcealUe » F. 

""thA'^t 'and ;RKi«iT'-WiCB==im 

Wharf Btri"<>l. Phone 4. 

R P. RITHKT Ik CO.. I-tfl . Agen<«- ^ 
C. D. DUN AN N. f>n . PaFS'-ng^r Ag-n 

112 Market Si.. San FrancHco 
For further Inlormatlon obtain foiatr. 






TO THE VALUE OF FRUIT 

What Is "fBh-IWES"? 



McUlt-al moil are JiiRt beginning to 

■Tfailzf llio, pi.sslhllltlfS ot frutt In 

curhiK (llsea«e. lla Helio:i on the 

Iver, kidneys iSnrl aklii la-wtiOVlP-itul. 

Yet 'friut In Ita raw state Is Imprac- 

tlcablp in ItfHtlnK (liBPase because of 

mlnule cjuantity .of .the actlvp or 




Friday, August 12th 

S. S. Chrijpewa 

LE.W'ES VICTORIA 



( iirat.lve .JiHnciyj. .,eonta.|ne^_ In fruit, 
juice. " •■ 

A iilivsiclan In OttHv\a. after years 
of patient work, dl»t:<)vprpri a proci-'s.i 
whereby the medU'lnul or bitter prln- 
• •IpLo ■ o't I'nilt Juice is Increased in 
(Hiantlty and thu.s a mors arttvf flnd 
more valuable subBtance la oljiaiiu-d. 
••Frult-a-ttvc?" is th^ only nu-dl- 
clnr- in the world made of fruit. 

Hundreds of prominent people In 
>,'Vi-ry section of ttie Ijominlon owe 
thoir Kood health to •'Fruit-a-tiveB." 
Hundreds more. -aro-.daUy, becyHvi-nK 
strtrtiger and better by takinjS-tJieni. 
"i"niit-a-tlves" , is daily proving its 
ineBtlrinftblR-^ShiV nnn rmtural cure in 
ail cases' of CVmstij^atinn. Killousness^, 
Torpid Ulver, Backache and Headach«», 
Neuralgia. Rheum^tM**!). Kidney ,and 
Skin Troubles. 

60c a box. 6 for Jl'"'. •i nial !)0?c 
•>'oc. «oid by all dealers, or sent post- 
paid on receipt of price by Fruit-a- 
tlves Xilmlted, Ottawa. 



^.Ci Coast Service 

Revised Sailings to 

Northern B.C. Ports 

8. 8. rmiWCEBS BOTAL sails Monday. Au(rtt«t IStU, 11 p._ni. and every 
IMP .l.iys ihprratu.,- fnr Vnncuuxcr, Trince . Itupcrt, Kt-tchlkan. Ju- 

8. 8. qWeW OITT.mUs~BVrn- Monday ai ini.lniKhl f'"" .Vancoiiver. 
(•an„U,..U Klver, Al.'rt l!a.v, Uardv Ka v and Klvor.s 1 nl.-t ( annerlns. 
^8. 8. AMUR, .salla oa AttfH.t aand, 11 p. in,: n-nd foriniKhll.y tUreafter 
lor \aocouv.-r. Oaropboll Ktvcr. Al-rt Hay. Namu, Hellu Bella, Ikedn 
nay,- T.ocke Harbor. Hkidsate. rrlnc- Rupert, P<Mt K.s.sinKtpn and. 
Que»'n fharlultc. .'• ■ "■ " '' ' .' ' 

S. S. PBZNOESS BBATBICE sail.s fmm \-nitcnUvpr AUg-uit ISth, ^and 
rv-ry Thurs.lav' iiMM-,.afler at H V- o,., Co- .Swansoft Bay, Prince Ru- 
•P.ert, i^grt-. Siimpi'Oii arul Stewart. 
,■ ■—"--;- --.p„f. rate^ and fur'flun- Inform m ion aiudy 



1102 Government Street 



to 

L. D. CHETHAM, 

City pMs.senj?c'r Agent. 



"! a.m,, 1- ii<"'Mi aibl 

Returning Leaves 

Ang;elcs 

1(1 a.n-.., 2 1 



TT-nr: 
Port 



ni'. , an<l '> pni. 



WERE STRiDED 



CliippeWc^ Ran on Castle Island 
When on Way to Victoria 
With 800 Plea^sure Seekers 
From Bellinghain Yesterday 



: SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



'n 



50. 



ROUND 
TRIP 



50c 




JALL WERE LANDED 

ON LOPEZ ISLAND 



By Government Wireless 



8 a. fti. 

!■■ !,) ■ :'.y. —Cloudy; N. W : 
tlu<k scassaril; 29".94; <;.' 

Oaije Lazo.-^Clear; > '^^ 
I'y.yS; 60; sea moderate. 

Tatoosh. — Cloudy, wind S. 9 
miles; 30.05; Bl; sea smnnth; 
out, Titahja, 5,30 a. m 

Pachena. — Cloudy ; in^li r. 
K.; 29.9!); 52; sea moderate-: 
thick seaward; spoke Tees 
leaviuK l.'cluelet 7.45 a. m , 
v • -■ti.'Mind- 

in. — FOK- ■ 'i 




ICanada's /irst Warship- Wii 
' Leave Portsmouth on August 
I 20, Bound to Esquimalt— 
1 Cgm pie me n't of Officers 



Maynard & Son 

AI."C'l"t'JNi-'l^l--^ 

instructed we wlTl ^cll at 'our sales 
room, ni4 Broad street, on 

Friday, 2 p.m. 

FURNITURE AND 
EFFECTS 

Angelus Piano Player and Music 
JACKtiX i>RiiAN 
Kull particulars' later. 



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S.S. VENTURE 

Classed loo Ai at Lloyds ' 

WILL SAIL ON THURSDAY, aIJGUST nth 
\ i;i V aiicutivcr 

Callin- at CampbeH River, Alert Bay. Rivers inlet. Skccna 
.'- River, Prince Rupert, Naas and Stewart 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 Yav » Street 



Phone 1925 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 



i-un i'KJ.NCK iM ii:k 



tjvcrciist; 



(.■aim; 



S.S.-IROQUOIS" 

I,paves Victoria 9 n. m. d.^iH o-.cyi 
Sunday, for. Port Townsehd . • ! he- 
altle. 

From Victoria nock Co's. \yharf, 
Wharf street. t^pturnlnV. sieamVe leaves 
SC-ittle at mi'lnlsht 

JAMBS McABTKUJl, Agent. 
Pbono 2S64 821 Wharf ,-?treet 



Stranded Steamer Floated aitd 
• Taken to the Soun4-for Re- 
pairs— Iroquois, and Vasho:- 
iiiafl-lookl. Passengers Back 




Through tickots nnd ti)rouirh bills of 
ladlnK are now Isaupd from Fug?i 
Soun(i and British Columljla P^rts to 
Atlin B C, Dav/Bon. Y. T. and Falu- 
banks, Ala-ska. Connections made at 
okagway with our dally trains, at 
While Hors" and Caribou with oup 
river and lake steamers and at Uawsou 
with gteamTB for points on the Liower 
Yukon liver. 

Fiir further liiformntton apply. 

raAmc depabtment w. f. & y. n. 

405 W^lnch Buildi ng. Vancouver. B. C. 

Union S.S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver and 

STEWART 

The favorite passenger eteamer 

. "Camosun'* 

L,eave« Vancouver every Wednes. » p.m. 
Ar Filnce Rupert every r"rl. nfternoon 
Arrives ytcwart every i-'i».t<ir. afternoon 

Leaves Stewart ev-ry Saturday 6 p.m. ^^^ „.^.„..._., . 

Leaves Prlnc* P.operi evi^ry bun^ 9 «2"h..H5:clock came.' and^- the dPiver*- men 
Arrives Vancouver every ruesday J^ a_nT. |-^<^^h •. ^^^^ the boa 



The exci f 80:0 peoplo froiti 

Hellingham \mm. n left the Sotind port 
yesterday morning for \'ictoria and | 
was expected to land at oue (..clock 
never eame. The ChlpLiewa went 
ashore during the fog on Lopez Island 
find the excursionists, who were aate- 
ly landed on the I'^land, t=i.(?nt the day 
picknicktng there instead of buylntf 
picvture postcards and riding In t"'}>'-: 
hos and street cars In Victoria. The 
steamers Iroquois and Vashonlan 
were sent to the stranded Chippewa 
wliich wns floated soon after p.m.. 
and taken to the Sound for repairs. 
The Iroquois repotted by wireless 
about 7 p.m. :that <he Chippewa had 
been floated^ l)ut no mention was 
made of the extent of her injitrips. 
The stranded extirrsionists were taken 
-traTfe-^« -i**nii<gham...j3!4:,JJl£,U8le3nigr.g. 
Iroquois and Vashonlan. ^ It' was 
at Castle Island, a high r.-nd pre- 
cipitous rock at the southern end of 
Lopez Island that the .steamer strand- 
ed This place lies off-t4M»- main Is- 
land inside Colville Island and Do- 
minion rock, and had the Chippewa 
(L-leared this point and rounded from 
Rosarlo channel there were no uhr 
structlons belwetjn there and Victoria. 
Her course lay about a mile distant^ 
The i^hlppewa left Belllngham soon 
after 9 o'clock crowded with passen- 
gers and encountered fog soon after 
clearing from Belllngham Bay. Tho 
steamer was going at a -slow rate oi 
speed when she .struck and remained 
fast on Castle island.- The passengers 
ivere landed, the steamer's boats nralr 
ing several trips between'tho .Blrando i 
steamer and shore. They were dlsnp- 
pciinted Tit the outcome of the voyas. 
but took the situation philosophical): 
and picnics were tlfe order of the da 
until the re^' •'■' -< 'i"' '''''"' ' ' 

embark them. 

Meanwhile the lady-tio ciui:-*, n.^' <^^, 
lauriTlng i-ars, etc., waited strung out 
In a long line on , Wharf «ire«t-fw-4*v* 
excursionists that never came. Two 



wind tj,; 

fresh S. 
mouera te ; 



Ikeda. — 
light swell. 

Prince Kuperl. — overcast-, 
calm; 29.3U; 51; .sea smooth; 
in. Prince George 9 p. ni.; spukc 
Princess Koyal 10 p. ni., north- 
bound, arrived at Prince Rup- 
ert 6.30 ft. m.; ateamor Port- 
land at 10.45 p. in., northbound 
oft;. Lawyer light, arriving 
Ketchikan !»-a, m. <f) 

Triangle. — Overcast; stormy 
XT L.. .H.15; 4'»; heavy Bwi. ! 1 
Noon 

Potnr Grey .-^l ea r ; n . \^ , 
30.01; il-r 

Cape j~,azo. — Clear 
30) tjo; sea sinuotli. 

Tatoosh.— -Cloudy ; 
30.04; o2. 

Pachena. — Cloudy ; 
E.; atJ.Oi; 01; «ea 
lo^gy hcaWarU; , <*tMMU=H ■" 
Carniiinab landing. 

Esievan.— Clear;. S. E.; S'J.'Jo; 
CO; USUI swell.' : '■ 

Prince Uupert.^— Cloudy; light 
■ V*'. wintr., ^y.+O; t>o; "ta. 
smooth; iji, Kestrel, lo a. m.; 
spoke Koyal at noon; wnl ar- 
rive Ketcnlkan 9 p. m. 

iKfda.— Cloudy; ught N. 
.Wind; light swell. 

N. i:.. ;--■■*' ; u3; heavy BWeil. 
. * ' 6 p. m, 

Point Grey.— Clear; calm; 

bar., aOvOl; temp.. ,^ Mi »?*... 

tfrnoo tltrout, Amur 4 v-..ni' ,^^ . 
cape- Lazo. —Clear; a. "^^ • 
wind; -bar., au.O&; temp., b-, 
■ sea smooiu; no shipping. 

Tatoosh.— Misty ; a. wind, ■ 
• niUes; bar., iOMui tomp.. »,, 
.. tsea moderate; in, steamer Wat- 

- son l.i;5 p. m.; -out. Admiral 

- Sampson i p; m. 

Pacnemr— ^■.' W. wind; bar.. 

- -Uau; temp., 56;; sea smooth, 
r Quadra leit lor Patlvena. 4.30 

' '''Sevan. -^" Clear; wcaicriy 
. ^v,na; bar., 29.9^,; temp., oo. 

►: .. :, .s,n...ulU; 'tecs out. li.40 V: 
; .«ca Slliuuth, 



Maynard & Son, 



Auctioneers 



The Canadian cruiser Rainbow, 
fommander ■ Stewart. is to leave 
Portsmouth on Saturday. Augtist 20th. 
for Esquimalt, to form the nucehis of 
the Canadian navy. The Rainbow will 
be tlie. first of t'ahada'B iiew» naval 
craft to reach CiVhada waters— the 
Kestrel does? not count. A rumor was 
current that the vessel might go first 
t ) Halifax to he stationed there pend- 
ing the repairs- lo the cruiser Niolie 
which will not he ready for .service un- 
til October.c a statement to that etTect 
having been made by a prominent of- 
n.liil of the marine and lisherlea do- 
partment at Ottawa who recently vis- 
ited tlHs eitv. It is understood, hovv- 
ever: that this progrlimme will not be 
adhered to and the Rainbow will pro- 
ceed direct: to Esfjuimalt. 

The Rainbow was plaoed In e»>mmls-. 
slon at Port.^mouth on August 4th, and 
80(m afterward a sliver service bought 
.by thfe government of British Colum- 
bia for the crnl.«er was placed on 
iKitird. The cruiser will h«r In command 
r,i Commander Stewart, and the fol- 
lowlnr "^ ■-' haxe been appointed to 
the \ lileutenants A. E. D. 

Moore.;; .; , Halifax: R. V. Holt and 
R T. Edwards;" Engineer fomniander 
T. J. Morgan; Etigtneer Lieutenant R- 
11. M. Bury; Artillor Engineer, R. It. 
Hood; Staff .Paymanter R. A. Jenkins; 
Surgeon T. A. Smith and Criinners 
Mock and .Tehan. The admiralty call- 
ed for volunteers of 31 ratings of petty 
■*■ officers and men for. the cruiser And 
■*■] these will form a nuk'leus cr«wr— _:.. 

♦1 . .: -^ 



Lr.WAKT, UVKi:S (■nAUL(JTTK ISLANHS. 

S.S. PRINCE RUPERT - isoO^TOfis - S.S. PRINCE GEORGE 

.Monday AuKU.-t l.MU. 1" a. m. I l^^-'V l-'ti'lay, 1" a. m. 

and every Monday, UierealCi. I — 

Tor Seattle at Midnight 

Saturtlaji, Aug-. 13th and | Wedneedaye. 

every Saturday thereafter. j -_,. , ,» 

Keturnlng— Leave Seattle on Sundays and TUur.daye at Kldnlght. 




lEAGlE HIT 





W. wind; 
ijtV, sea 



Ticketii from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
»:trc-«t. Telephone 1184. 




T. J" wharf.: 'on 



Jjcaves the 

Mpriday and Thursday 

n-_ ^t -T-ao a. m. 
-cm Exeureion 4a Gulf Islands 

.arriving back at' Vietori.T at 
..- 8.20 I), m. 



,i.9b; temp., <> 
1 > shipping. 
Ikeda.— Clear; >*"■ 
ai-,, ^0.05; temp. 
. mooth; Willi ." ' ■ 
uorthbound. 

Prince RupcrtJ-Clear; calm, 
bar.. 30.05; temp., "«; •»«» 
smooth; no shipping. 



I| Fishermen Soue;ht Compensa- 
:' tion .'and Settlement Was 
:j Made for ' Fifteen • Dollars 
^ and Six Pieces of Timber 



The steanie,!- Mu.iiiaKlc, ' .ii'Uiln 

.^ Davison, of the C. P. R.. now at Hnng- 

:^ kong.i.from whhh port she, will sail for 

■ Victoria on Tuosdnv, was In collision 

•*• w lt iY -H Japanese fishing boat Irt thfe 



8av.«: Practically no progress had 
been made im the job. and the appear- 
ances were that the dredge was un- 
huited to the class of Work it had en- 
countered, the l)ottora belngaoo hard 
and ther« being a number of snags 
with w'hich it eijuld not contend. It 
was thought by som.» members of the 
board that it the dredge would shift 
its operations a. little to the west It 
might Jie able to prdgrees. AfJ"*" 
(nittee, 'ininposed of C. F. Bishop 
(prosidt'nt.) J. R. Morton. P. Miles and 
S H Tov. was ay)polnted to •interview 
the captain and take such other steps 
as might be necessary to have the ef- 
forts to dredge the channel contin- 
ued On Thursday night, Mr. Baylield, 
siiperintendont of governhaent dre.dg- 
es arrived in town and proceeded to 
investigate tlie trouble. It Is under- 
stood that ^the KuKl Ing will he with- 
drawn from the^'ork and. that if pos- 
sible, the dredge King Edward ^ill re- 
idace it. • 

PRINCESS MAY 

. PASSENGERS ARRIVE 

ShipwrecVced Travelers Reached Se- 
attle on Board Jefferson Last 
Night — Others Coming 

The steamer Jefferson of the Alaska 
SteamsBlp company reached Seattle 
last night with many of the passen- 
ger*- of the ste'am«>r Prlric.ess May. 
which struck on Sentinfff island^ and .13 
^ast there. The Victoria ' passengers 
and the majority of the , crew are on 
board, the erteamer Princess Beatrir«v 
now en roiite from Juneau. There were 
so passengers on board. The majority 
vere for Seattle and points beyond 
,nd these came south by the Jefferson. 

tn p lace of the \y eektr stUKngs wtlh 
t wo boats to the north by the C. P. 
K roast service i>revlQus to the strand- 
ing of the Princess May. a ten-day 
schedule will be Inaugurated by the 
company; The new service wllP be 
maintained by the Princess Ro.val, ^o 
Skagwav. The first jailing under th£^ 
new c(^Adltlons will be on .Monday, 
August IS. On the second trip she will 
sail on Augiist 25. Next month the 
dates of sailing will be September b 
and 26. 

ESCAPE~Orc"HINESE 

CAUSED A DELAY 

Kumeric Held Owing to Dispute As 

to Whether Weir Liner or C, P. 

R. Responsible for Escape 



THE INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK 

ROUTE 

Reaches All I'olnts In 

Michigan. Ontario, Quebec. Maritime Provinces, 
Nev/ England, New York and South and East 

Via Any Route. ^ - ,, 

, , «A,i i.ivm-irms initus l'"er information an to 

Office. Write orTelephone: ir.vROLr. BROWN. 

W. E. DUPEROW. Telephone 2431. _ HARDl.u iMiu^s.^^ 



C^^fi 



P'&T \ *i)ock and Freight Agent G. T. p. S. S. 

'■(jr.'nnrar ABenoy Trans- .Mlantle .Steamship Llnea. 




Eastern Trips 

For Western People 

Summer Tourist Round Trip, fares in f'-^'^^i^^^ '" '7. 24 
July 5, 22; August 3 and-Scptembcr 8., 1910 



SPECIAL FARES $60 ROUND TRIP 



Kan.s 



To St Paul, xMinfifSpofo. i;>uluth, .S_«Beri<jrjr.,.?r-^ - ^ 
atv ii7MO to Chicago; *io8.50 to New York; }5.o7.So.to 
WashingionrD.C-proportionatc fares to other Kastern pomts. 

•,Tiiree Electric Lighted Trains 

The Oriental Limited and SouilicaM i'.xprcss — cadi an electric 
iSted th rough train to Chicago or JCan.as City- 1 he f-ast Mad 
anbthcr good train. All ate; ^ilt ior Comfort Send or «ccn.c 
folder T^ftt..r ih, Mountains: ox come ,n and lets talk it over. 

E. B. STEPHEN, ( General Apent, 1205 Governnncnt St. 




Round 



m $1.50 



Round Trip 



tloned one to the^ other that the boat 
was late; three o'.clock struck and tha. 
stesimer came not, and after another 
hour had passed Jhe local manager 
of the International Rleam.'^hlp Com- 
nanv received a telegram from the 
Seattle office notifying him that the 
('hippewa had .stranded' on Lopez Is-- 
hind, wherf all on board had been 
landed without injury. 

Mr MeArthnr. -local- nuvnajicx qLJ.IU?_.. 
line, 'was notified that the steamed 
Irr)f|uois had been sent to the stranded 
steamer, and the Victoria - S^atte 
.'service has been temporarily abanU- 
oned 'TheT^'will be ho steamer -from 
SeattTe~this morning. Tho Ch1ppe>-a 
was to. hav^ carried. excursionists he- 
1 tween Victoria and Port Angele.M today 
making two trips, while the Iroriuols 
wiiw 



merecd with kelp showing, over H. 

r^d i»-a«aBh only it, the lowest spring 

tides! It is marked by a buoy praccd 

o the eastward. CoUvlil^ Island is 

L?r,«ii iTuT^.^oT'tfeesTTTtirt stands about 

Ct ' S high, with castle l^lahd 

seeming from a distance to be part ot 

fti There is no habitation on cither 

iaianil 



^jipokane. Sails Today 

'The steamer .Spokane of ilu- I'acitic 
Coast steamship company wiil arrive 
at the outer wharf early this morning 
and will sail at It .1. m. oji am.lhor 
exnurshm trip north. Among her- pas- 
SPrig«?f» wlttr.twC. E. Houston, of the 
Pacific Coast-CdaL iLompnny, and fam- 
ily; President J. T, Heffernnn. of the 



cciaatal waters of Japan when on her 
wnv from Yokohama to HonKkong.> ac.^ 
eordlhg to mall advices which reached, 
Victoria yesterday. The Monteagle 
was Gleaming' ■■paBt"-twoio lighthouse 
when she ran Into the Ashing vessel, 
which was rolled over by the C. P. R- 
steamer. The Monf(5ai?T«» lowered her 
boats quickly and a speedy rescue was 
effected, the crew of Ave men on' the 
junk' being iitiieUly 
water. 



VA-.>'. ,1 \-i:ii. ..\'.'- " ■! ■• ^^■^''* 
stertmer Kumerlc^did not get away 
from here f'Jr Seattle until noon on 
Sunday owing to a dispute as to. who 
was liable for the Jf.OO head tax In- 
curred through the escape of one of 
the Chines e passengers. This jiassen- 
^ *^^ irerwas b<voked to -Mexico but while 
e men on' the K^ wa« he was placed 

,r...r^d from the ,t&..,^!^:B«|l^^,/^,^,^ ^PP^^ .^^ ^ 

the two stowawaya whw attempted to 
land here were placed aboard and then 
,the officials went frtr the passenger 
who was gcHng on th*^ Kumeric to So,- 
atlle en route, tq Mexico. Investigatmn 
,wed that • the "man had prifd tlw 



,(-0 to have made one 'found trip.. Hefferrtan Iron NVorks. aiid f«;"''>-_ "^ 
Where Groundina Occurred this city, will al.so. be ,lnvmg the pas 



Tvicsday and Friday 7.^0 a., m. 

. for .Ma'yne and .other islandf-. 

"Lea\Vng' ' "Mai-ne for Vh-trirlrt. 
Werlnesilav and Satuj-day , «t ' 7 
^ ,„ Rpp -ftCNclal time card. 



Freight accepted. 



The steam frelKhfr < eltlc r •■ 

.•„."l steamship Company ett^ this 

irin<r with a full deck load of lum- 

;:;: ? m he Sa/ward-^ mill for Prince 

,> Lr The \essel rea.hed port ye.^- 

eXy fn . Steveston. She will .-all a. 

Idvamith for <i cargo of bunker coal 
r'*r rrthern Brlti.h Columi*-^ f>«rts 

today. ' 



Castle rock Is a lilgli precipitous 
elifr, standing a short distance off the 
southern extreme of Lopez , Island. - 
This iHland is aoutlieriimost of the 

Cnlted 'Slates Islands of the Ham „.... -■■■,- - , 

a,"hipemgo. «hcl thP. BosaH«'irtrait^.B^ Wiley, and^son^ and 

throuK-h which steamers pass from 
Hellin^'hfiin to Victoria: lies between 
lhi.« i.sland and Fildngo Island. Lo- 
pe-/ Island Is nine miles long a:id three 
miles wide. bope-/. Ifland l?t low n'nd 

flatter than ot4wic,.iSlai]a!i of Ihfi. fulf j ;. ^.■,--\, 'i .1*7 

archipela,K^ and Is tliUM^*'- wooded. 111 ;--t3td -Yffir-.H«#f^H2 

i.M high at the southern and norlliern 
>xir<>meM only Where elevations- rise to 

a. few hu:i'ln-d feet. -.^., _»^ _ / , 

The siAam-shlp course givei* a berth 
of onf mile to Colville Island and 
Davidson rock, whhh lie ootside 
Castle Island,. JJavldson rCirJk Is fub- 



seMers; Thomas Beggs. T. A. Swayne 
and iamllles; trttmbering k^'^.P''"^"^ 
from Indianapolis; Lee Van Cleve and 
wi." of St. I^uls; t-rank V. Hogan 
„,Hl family of, four, of Spol^anc; Mrs. 

' Mr.°. H, v\ . 
Mclntire. o'f -MlJea City. Mont; J. '•. 
McShnne: and wife of f'lil'-|^K"; J-"i°- 
n,rd i,:rawford and famll.V, af St. Louis 
and E'lwarcl M^W^flin.=:^4nd Wite, oi 
Denver? 



y,- .vo werp at.'t&P~'ltomano theatre 
Mondav evening and heard the VVash- 
lngt..n Quartette 3lTlg the- "<?»rden of 
Roses," and we liked lt£ we liked it 
so niiiehlhat we wanietT m^re, l>oys^. 
you are 'Hllngy." '/ 



When the nshermcn wei.- 1 e.s. tied 
the Junk whs recovered and on arrival 
at Nagasaki the Hshermen went; on 
the bridge ,to Captnln Davidson and 
demandiiHl coririfiensation for the ncci- 

dent. Now the ju-nk.hftd been sallii.g,juiii."'-", "•■" -■;, v"„ . ^- escaped 
across the bows of the big steamer i hai-s of the «hPd "Pf"^ »""^,''f.7''(V' 
whe.rihe Vct.hMit occ irred and Gap- .mlth. ,tt la aHeged. the help of friends 
talhUaviln could not see that the from' the. outside. .J.h^-^fe^_^«t<^^^^^ 
liner was rei^'onslble. . I people wanted to know ..^0 was go _ 

"Tne~7frpTHiT(Yi*e argued at lwg4l^-,-«fldp,,p- to -piit-nr^ fr)«^l5a9r.-T.h«^ahip^e 
after consldernble talk Captain Davl- .-- 
son asked liow much oomi-ensatlon 

they dematuled. 

"Sa-tt-ju Yen," saFc^ the fiahermen; 

Caiitaiii -n.i\ i ..M*red^ IC-.he had 

heard ariKht, ,uM ■ ' ' n the' Tl-fhermnn 
re pea ted "The demanrl— )re-4*i«L- Jlu„:.J,Jnig 
in eoni'promlsinK.f.>n that l>a.«ls. / 

Fifteen dollars and six |de<T»'of tim- 
ber was all t-lTe llshermen a-sked. 

They got It. nhd thct.MQUtengle jiro- 

, f <Mh.(i on her Way" -'- ., 

z^ -^~ ■ '. • = — 

Fruhling Not Satisfactory. 
The board of trade at Albenii at its 
last me^-tlng last MoVidfiy received a 
report from a party of members whh.li 
vlsUed the dredge I'-ruhllng. which ha,s 
started on an attempt to clear a 'hfUl- 
nel from deep water up to the old 
town wharf. The AVbernl Pioneer New* 



Indian indu.-^trial school, and exhibition- 

^'^The^'neatlv kept Ilclds oi the 'Xl'eti- 
mental farm "^y^r jippeared tobettc^^ 
advantage than----^Tlng 7^ ""^ 
weather prevailing today, iVn^thc visi- 
tors ^vere greatly .ilei.scd wtth the 
work being carried ,„Btrlal 

The work of th. i .dustrUl 

school was also Inspected with great 

f„", . n-u. xiflitors left the ctty to,- 

'Ij" . rmite for Mojjse.lftw. 

.„ . .-it—— — 

Dr. Crippen Not Talking 
LONDON, Aug. ;t.— Attorney Ne^K- 
ton counsel for Dr. H.. H. Crippen, 
heW bv the authorities at Quebec ftir 
^^^i'^ X^.d- murder of Vils wife. Belle 
,.",,, ■ 1 pi)en-ln London, aauQuni^ed 



t^Klay that D)-. Crippen has cabled him 
a positive denial of any conte.'^slou. 
made to In.^pector Dew* ■ bt Scotland 
Yard, or to anyone else. "No -n'ord will 
pomfftrom Cripiien about the case un- 
til he sees me,", said Newton. "I am 
satisfied that the authorities know no 
more""iibouf^the alleged crime than 
they did before .Dr. (.'rlppen's arrest. 
^ .»- 

Prairie Telephones. 
' PE.RTDUE, Sask., Aug. 9.— The town 
council intends to install and operate 
fi telephone system which Mill con- 
nect with the ^wheat fields rural line 
now under construction. This is tlie 
first si'ep towards (he long distnncei 
HiVe to Snskatoon, l'-arnv-r.«! are com- 
.meiiclriB to cut grain. 



dared the '' V ft. was responmi^ 
while the C. P. H, argued that the ship 
was linble. The Kumeric was delayed 
until a settlement was reached.^ 

_^ VIEWING THE'lAND 




Party of American 'Agricultural Editor* 
Mekincj Tour of Prairie Country 

liHA.\ni>.\. .M.-' ' ■ :••— ^ parl.v 

„r promlneul yMm.i'.m agrleuUurnl 
eiiitors visited Hrandou this morning, 
jind were ..met at the station b,v mem-' 
hers fir- the bonrd_of trade, leading 
cltly.ens and railway ' officials. DurinK 
their .short Stay they were, driven in) 
"frtitomirbiles tn various points oflntoi- 
eft including the oxperlmentad farm. 



•'THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS." 



The Carbonate of Soda 

which is its natural and chief constitu^fit 

is the sworn enemy 

of Gout, Rheumatism and Indigcstiohi 



^i^a t^ ,i ^\^f <t^'hi ^ $» 



aujU» W '-' fl' » Jg h- W" "' ■ w *i " i'f " iy»ii 



ippffrf 



int^i 



Wtdnnfcday, August tO, 1919 



VICnX)RIA DAILY CX)LONIST 



IPipPWfPP 



J- 



4& 



SWEET CAPORAL^ iFiNANciAi- 
CIBARETTES 



SOLD EVERYWHERE 



SMOKE 



h 







C .and G. W 23% 

do pfd H4',4 

C. and N. W J 45 



CONTROL PIES 



Government Figures More 
Bearish Than Expected But 
Damage Reports ^ From liie 

^' Northwest Cause Reaction 



(•HIC'AGO, AUK- U— 'Uf'w^lopments Iti 
(he wlieat, trade were a' ritlle \inexi)pct- 
etl for tho day there belli k a; better kIiow 
of strength than most loaders countt-U 
on,- and In the end prices were rlKbt 
UD stronK around Jlonday's oIosIiik 11k- 
uifr 'riiLv day began with, moFo or -lewfS- 
si'llins cauaod by the, bearish winter 
wheat IlKuros given out *f tor the ciose. 
5-cHterd(iy, a crop of -ISS.OOO.OOO busli- 
( iH, nn lncfen.se of about JO.OOn.OOO.buHh-- 
fls as the result, of better harvest than 
psuected. The sprlngr wH&at crop-a-t 
•JU.O«0,bob iHifbeisl-wlth the_aUt,ct>me In 
Ndrth D.akplo e<,rlfl,U8ly i.n,dowbt, Is the 
offset to the bearish winter wheat fig- 
ures. X" group of bi(C- Commission 
-JmusesJtiM.. resting orders which took 
the^wheat off the market. The" focal 
trade had sold It.xelf Into a hole and 
In trying to buy It back an hour later. 



C. M. and St, P. . 
Cent. Leather . . : 

C", K. and 1. , 

do pfd , . 

Colo. Southern . . 

do Is pfd . . . 

Corn Products . . . 

1>. and R. Gv. . ... 

■do. '■■ pfd 

■DialUler*— ir-i^f---, . 

Krle 

do Is, pfd . . . 

Gen.- Klec 

Ot. Nor. Or.* ..... 
r.t. Nor. i)fd .... 
1 llliiois Ceut. . . . 
Intur-Met. .... ._ . 

do • pfd 

Iowa (^ent. 

L. and N 

Mackay - 

Mexican Cent. . . . 

M. sr p;; "S. s.-w;; 

do pfd 

M. K. and T. . . . 
MlHSOurl Pac. . . . 

Nat. ^Ijfead 

Nevada Cons. . . 

Nl'^r: .Cent"'. 

N. ^r^,^aad W. . 

N. and W '. . . . 

Northern Pac. . . . 

Pacific Man 

Penhsyl. RYt — .... 
Peoples Gas -. 7. . . 
Pressed Steel . . . 
Reading 

do- l.« ! r^i . . . 
Rep. Stiel 



124% 
34%. 
20 Vh 



.. 30'^ 
. '.i 4 Vi , 



23 

4 3.% 
14 2 
122 

34 

2S*i 



30 

23% 

3 II % 
143 



r2',^. ,124 



. .17 "a 
4H 
lfi&4, 

lau'ti 



:lii?* 

4 6>^ 

■1 fi % 

]3S»i 



.13014 - ]2fl- 



do pfd 
Rock Island 



prices were Riven a stronj? upturn. The Sloss Steel 



market held Its atrcugtli remarkably 
well andjast prices were about one cent 
over"fFre~eCTTiy-4g w p o int S now thinks 
the government will raise its total crop 
estinrjate. 

Open. Hte^. Ijow. eipse 

1041^ 104% 10.3% 104% 
108% 109 Vi. -.108% 109 



._Wiieat 

?!cMil. • • • 



32% 
r, 1 ^1 
.-> 1 % 
21% 
1 1 3 % 
40% 

1 1 1; •% 

129 '4 

Ttr(i • 

I ! J -K 



i;i 



32 

TiO- - 

r.e% 

20% 

1 1 1 Ml 

40>4 

114% 

127% 
105% 

138% 



1 1 1 



2 tj \^ 



11 1 



4% 



.May ■ • • . 

Corn — 
Sept. ..'... 
Dec. ;... 

.May 

-Mfly . . . . 

Oats- 
Sept. .. .. 

Dec 

May . . . . 

Pork- 
Sept. .. .. 
Jan. . . . . 

Lard — 
.Sept.. ...' 
Oct ■•.'.. 



62%. 

60% 

6'1T4 

36% 
38% 
40% 



«0%;,69% 
62% 81% 
62% 61% 



37 
38% 



26% 
3'8'-% 



L% 
60% 

62'% 
62% 

36% 
38% 



.21.30 21.80 
.18.7Q 18,10 



21.07 ^115 



UM .JI8.00 



.11^0 
..11,00 



Short Rlhd— , 
^^ept. .... ....11.51^ 

Oct. ■ ^0-95 

Jan. .... ».<6 



11.63 11.48 

11.42 11,37 

11.37 11.30 

10.90 10.82 

».4S »»»7 



11,46 
ll.SS 

11.30 
10^85 



, . 10 



J ".l 



do pfd 
Southern Pac. 
Tenn. Copper 
Texas Pm . 
Third Ave. . . . 

Twin City 

Jlnion- -I^c^ . . - 

do pfd . . . 
U. S. Steel . . . 

do pfd .... 

ITtah Copper. . 
VirBlnla Chem. 
Wabash 

do pfd . . 
WostlnRhouRc 
Wisconsin Cent 

Money on call, 1 % per cent. 
. Tatal sales, .SSSi'eno shares. 
o - 

VICTORIA STOCK EXCHANOE. 



23% 

4 4 ',4 
144 

124% 
34% 
28% 

■ as... 

,„53" 
71 ■ 
1 i H 
30Vi 
71 

■28% 

•24% 
41 

111 
53 

1 2.1 % 
, 130 . 

■ 1 7 '<, 
4 7 Vj 

■ 1 r, % 
139% 

84 

2(?vi 
130 
HSU 

32% 
-■-51^ 

50% 

21% 
1 1 3 % 
-40% 

96% 
, 116% 

■ 25 
129% 
105% I 

. 34%! 
141% I 
_86 I 



.60 % 

mr, 




=3 



Finest 
on 



Productive Orchar 
Vancouver Island 



Fj»tRt7~or 26 acres 2 mllei^fr'sm Victoria City Hal!, for disposal. 
Finf eafde. K-o and^utbulldlngV! Orchard in the highest, statue of cul- 
tlvatio.i and consisting of apples, pears, cherries, plums. smalJ fruits. 

' '-We want an offer for this property, which is excellently situated 
for sub-division. . . 

h^ifteeu-acr^ orchard mainly In cherries, aiul show hk most excellent 
returns; 2 and one-iuarte.r milo.« from Victoria.^ Make u.s an ^^^^^ 

S«e us for some very cheap inside property On Fork, DpuglaS and 
View streets-. 



BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, Limited 

Phones 2470 and 2471 1122 Government St., Victoria, B,C, 






7i> 
116 

47% 

1 7 % 
3.1% 
62 



!.;-- 



17 



61 



1 1 :! ■» 

•J 4 

26% 

7% 

]n7%- 

1 6.1% 



58% 
17 

35% 
60% 

4S 



— COLD STORAGE 

y, I. COLD STORAGE 8 ICE GO. 



A^ictoria, B. C. ^ 



Goods received at all hQUfs,..: . 
given. Consignments 



Tclep.hon.e_2,282 



Expert attention 
solicited 

JP;0. Boxi875. 



tevehson & Co.) 

Bid. Asked. 

. .08 

. .14% 



.10% 

,15 

.25 

.04 



NEW XOBK STOCK MARKET, 



(Furnished by F, W. 8t«ven»dn A Co.) 

^■'^■'■''Tnosfrig 



Old War Vessel Starts For Seattle 

.\i-:\\ \til{\\, A'lu ;■ : frigate^ 



Proposed Panama Exhibition 
NEWORL^EANiS, Aug. 9,— Qovei^ 



Portsmouth, one of the last old: nor' Sanders tonight issued a procla- 
stiuare-rigged partlcljiants in the civil mation cotivejiing. the Louisiana gen- 
, , „ , • ■ eral assembly in extra sessloti August 

•.s.ir still afloat, vveighed;anch,or today] 15th, to vote 0:1 the submission of pop 
nil the first leg of 'rier last .Journey. 
.Slie will shortly sail for Seattle, where 
she \^ to lie Lr.ansforthert into a nav,al 

I T 1 1 1 S ( ■ 1 1 ■ 1 ' . 



ular suffrage of a v>roj>o«al for in- 
crenaed bond l.ssue. In support of the 
world's, Panama exposition, proposed 
to be. held at New Orleans In 1915. 



SCETAZ. aSABKETS., 

■ London oOi»l>er olostir ,»tH>tii' 86-10-0. 
up 6s. sales 400 tons; faturW$*t6-8 upi 

6-3,' sales 1300 tons. •' ;-•,*-: 

MexJean dollars 44 fcenta. 
: Standard copper. $12.00(fri2.30.. 

Tin. |33.00<i/ 33.20. 

Lead. ?4.40fn.4.f.o. 
$»j9lteT, <5.35@5.40. 



Ama'l. Copper . .,. 
Am. Car Tdy. . .. 

.^m. Cot on ...': 

Amer. Ice . , ... .•, • 
Amer. Loco; . . . . 
Amer. ' Smell. . . • 
Amer, Sugar ... 
Amer. Tob, ..... 

Amer. Te^l • • 

Amor..; Woolen . '. . 

Artaconda 

Atchison , 

do pfd. ...... 

B. and 0. 

B, R. Ti ...^..•,.- 

C. C. e. and S: L. ■ 

,C. p. R.. ........ 

i C. and O. , . . 

('. and A: 



Hi Kb. 
66% 
46% 
58^ 



Low. 
63% 
45 
57% 



69% 
IVff 



133 

41. 
9!i% 
99% 
108% 
'76%' 

190% 
73% 



— 3« — r 
66% 

118% 

132% 

40 

!)6 % 
99 
107 

; u% 



Bid. 

66% 
46% 
67% 

n 

.37 % 
69 

li8% 
91% 
182% 
27 
40 
98% 
98%. 
108 
7S% 
■«« 

■ 188%^"-l'8-'ff% 

' 71% 73% 

~^8^ - 



(Furnished by F. W. 

Stock — ^, 
Alberta Canadian Oil 
Amer.-Canadlun Oil . . 
Can. Northwest Oil'..,,, ..; 
Alberta Coal and_Coke;, 
9,37] Diamond Vale C. and C ,07 

! International C. and ('■■' .63 .66 

Nicola Valley C. and 1' .75 

Royal Collieries 

Western C. ^nd C. . . . 
B. C. Permanent Loan 
Dominion Trust -Co. . , . 
Gt. West Permanent.. 
Pac. Whaling' com. .., 
Pac. Wh(»Jing pfd. . . 

.Stewart I^nd . . HM 

s: A. Scrip ...,,.,,.-., .6i6,00' ... 

Bit,)ter J3E^fcltu;.3^x=i-. ^ ._. . ..- )>6 

Bear Rlver^^iam ydn iV . > - <«.i r. 



. .21% 
.1.50 .. 

.129.00 

99.00—- .. 
.120.00 126.00 
. 55.00 . . 

. 76.00 



PORTLAND 
GANAL STOCKS 

BOtraHT AWD ■OLD OK 
CQMICISSION 



I 



R. D. MacLachlan 

Member Victoria Stockbrokers' 
Association. 

Board of Trade Building. 

Phone 2106. 




-mi 



\iir 



.• ^■'*' •«•-•• 



.83% 
1.40 
3.46 . 
1.20 

.08 

.03 

.55 

.24 



J6 
;81 
.10 
.84 



Maricopa Oil Company, of Los 




Glacier Creek 

Main Reef .'......;..,•, 

O. K. Fraction ... 

Portland Canal ,..^.^,., 

lied Cliffs — ; . .' ;,.^. ^» . 

Stewart M. and D. i..,V 

Nugget Gold. 

LasQueti ..... '. 

Lucky Calumet .. 

Snowstorm .... 

Rambler Cariboo 

■ ' Vancouver Stock Sale*. 

■ .1000 La>^.|ii<'<i .Min.'K .;it .on. 

"100 Red Cllft Mines, at $1.44, 

. '10 Pacific Whaling pfd. at $80,00, 
2000 American Canadian O.tlat ,15%, 
WOO Lucky talumet at .04%. 

•1000. International Coai «nd Coke iat 

.64... . , :■ ■'^" ''=— ^^, ' .' 

lOOO-'Idofa at ,08, ' ' -— 



4,00 

.10 
.05% 

,30 



Phone 2456 



P.O. Box 793 



WANTED 

Pacine Whaling. 00m. and pfd. 
Great West Permanent Loan, .-V 

and B, 
B, C, Permanent Loan, 



N. B, GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

Room 16, Mahon Block 



Oldham & Matterson 



Phone 2358. 



1122 Gove SL 



FOR SALE 



one good lot. Fourth street, Stew- 
art. Must be sold, very cheap. 



TO RENT 



six roomed house, James 
Rent $25 



Bay. 



V^Waghorn, 

/>GWYNN&C0. 



Btooklirokerii and Financial Affenti^ 
Vancon-rer. 

Dealers !n Government,,. '^Tun^clpal, 
Railway, Trust and other doV>entures. 

Stnck.s on London, New Yorit, Mon- 
treal and Toronto Kxchanges bought and 
Bold on Commission. 

MINING SHARES 
Funds Invested for Clients on Mort- 
gages and Real Kstate. 



>« 4 ■» ♦-• ♦ ♦ ♦♦-♦-♦;♦ ♦"••-< 



Under Canadian 
Contfi 1 



Angeles, California* 



•¥<l»«9Jt" 



Under C.anadian 
'•Control 



\' 




000,000 



Study the followin g pri ces cf.oil stocks ' '' 
what thi.s Company''- prospects. arc 

1 ! ■ • I'ricc. Pividcnds. 

lOy'r monthly 



•i5 
.10 



••5 



Lticile " ■■ 

Sauer Dout,di .... 

Sterling' .......... 

Cari-li' 111 ......... 

San l'"r;i;:^ ;-rn and 

McKitlnck $10 . 

shares .'. . . 2.25 

Peerless . , '. S'^ 

Most of these companies pay_se< 
addition. 

Divrderids on Listed Stocks^for May 

Total Dividends to Date, 



.>i5.oo 
3.00 
4.00 

■ 1 ;..:^ 



28.^0 
7.(,x) 



10% monthly 
25% quarterly 
25% frionthly 



365J? wionthly 

6c per month 



This Comp an y' u uiis a k '. tsc o f 60 .acrt\s in section .32, 12-^3, in thV yeiy 
heart of the Maricopa Sunset Field surrounded by gushers oflflowing well^ 
for a royalty of 1-7 of the' oil pr i . 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced oVer $3,000,000 in 
Oil during 3 months: Now flowing 40,000 barrels per day. 

The Obispo, wi'thin y'l mile of our property, brought. in a 10,000 barrel 
Well on'stli June at 1,800 feet. 
NOTE THE LOCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 

l'".'Nir,iri frfeiii till,' l.''~ .'\ngelcs Times, July 17th — h'rom a corrcspnu- 
dcni On Section 30, which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gusher, a tremendous well has recently been brought in, which I saw 
flowing at the rate of 1,000 barrels per hour. .A 
apll\ h.'iid. I pn,lcr ilii-> \yr\] lo tin -i tin 

luteiv under control and should l)c a .--Icail;. pi - 



KETy TOBK COTTOir. 



STEWART 



WE WANT STKWART MINING AND DEVEL- , ; 



OPMENT CO.'S SHARES 



STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 

Offic^,^^„.jO, IT Board of Trade Buildins: 



> ♦ * * ♦ 



♦ ♦ ♦-> ♦ » ♦'♦'♦-^"-e ♦->♦ ♦'♦ ♦-»■-♦■♦• ♦■♦■-» ♦-♦♦-•- 



♦ 



(Kurnlshed by F. W, Stevenson & C o.) 
Option — Open, High. Low, Close 



.la 11. . 

l-'':l.i. . 

March 

May, , 

June 

.1 111 jr*- 

Aug.' 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Ore. 



..13.58 13.96 13.65 



.13.68 
.13.70 



1,3.73 
13.70 



.;.'-;i'.. 14.70 14.70 

. . . , .„■, lJl«H5- 1.1.84 



13.61 
13.65 



I6.918 
14.57 
13.72 



.13.6.T 13.70 13.61 



13.66 
13.67 
1 3.72 
13.76 
13.79 
13.86 
15. 9 a 
14.65 
13.S0 
13.71 
13.70 t 



OOBAI.T MINING STOCKS. 



A SNAP! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE, WATERFRONT 
This property 'was being held at $1,400 per acre. Now of- 
; ■ fcred for a quick .sale at 

PER ACRE— $1100 



$1100 



N. B. MAYSMITH & Company. Ltd. 



riionn 1500. 



Mahon BuUdlnE. 



;il(' has 



rrror,p''-in' (hc ATiihv.'^y ficl 



lot 



t '-iiu' rrssinai; 

1 ,,, ' •' ■■,•>. ;is ii is all- ■ 

i:i 'I lor years to conn 

h axing'-b' c en- rlri lied i ' 1 



This well holds tlu 

seventy d.'n.s \vi;;. . iiuli ca-^in*.; n- whole .depth _o,f::2il65 fcc!,Mi!'i w- 

production is remaikaWle when it is considered that the oil was struck alter 
the drillers had entered the oil .sand but two feet, whereas in the case of the 
Lakeview, I understand they entered the oil sand sixteen feet before the hi.; 
production. came about. fiisf south of Section 30, the company is. drilling 
two wells on tl"" [■'•''■» !;• ' ^ixfv nrre^ i' owii'.; on ■Se&tiotl--32. One of the 
weVh'is down ■ • ' • ! and will i' - ii '\i-, oilsand at about 1,500 feet. 

Tile Midway .Nortiie'ni, within 300 yawUof this Ct=rmpany's i ■■■]■■•■<}■. 
J.|..tiglii in a similar 'Well Qii July 4tli last, at a- d<'pth of i.O-"-^ ffet. 

Contractors e.xpcct tT'JTea'ch oil ih'Qo day^ 

One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per da^' Means a Profit of $500 per day 

to the Company 



S8:J1,2S 1,002. 

Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the DhU. 

Over 550,000 Shares have been soM jm r...'ii,el\ in-Prin«Crl^ii'pert--aTi^ 



CFurhlshed by B*. W. Stevenson & Co.) 

TORONTO, Aug. 9. — Today's closing j 
hid prices were: Amalgamated, 2%: ■« 
Prnver Con., 20 '4: Big Six, 1%'. Buffalo, 
i,"iii. Chambers Ferland, 16^4; City ot 
(•,,'., lit, 21; Cobalt CntitvO ' '" : Cobalt 
l.al..-, 12.'.,: Conl.',iR<';\ •'-■n He- 

stTVf. "<■" '■' ■■ ' ■ ■ ..I fitrd, 1 ; 

Und.toi; i 'i<e. i'.."i.'. ; I.o 

iNse, :»•..■■, i.i.o.-:^.i.. :-..... IK. ifi; McKlu- 
1. • Oart-Hgh, 9f)'. Nancy. Helen. 3%; Nlp- 

iH>ong. fiy:;: Nova Scon?i7~3T,'-op-mTri-5: 

Otisse, 2; , Petersen Lake,, 16%; .Sil.vcr 
Loaf, li%; Sirver Bar, 4; Silver Queen, 
2; Trcthewey. 1,2ft: Watts, 9. 



I 



SPOKANE MIWINO STOCKS. 



(Furtii.^hi-il l> I , W. Stevf, i: '. '.'-,) 
SPOKANIC, Aug. 9.— Today's closing 
ibid prices were; Alameda, 3-'Vi ; B. C- 
I i-'ppp i^T. .iTiO; (■>' .ml II, fifi; 

Copper K'luK. ' . ' i;innli.\' 

iJneltcr, ".": lliiuiiiiiiiK Bird, V Vi,; M\ 
potheeU. ."i ^i ; Internatlonnl C. and <'. 
c-i: Mora, 4«4; ■Idaho .'■', nui\ n. I";.: 
l,ii,l,.v Calumet, 3;' Oofn I'.'iul, ri'i; Mhi- 
oral Farm, Th ; Missoula Copper, ■ 4;- Mon- 
itor, 4; '>rnbob', fiW.: . Nnrth 'FrRnklin, 4; 
i:.'ittiia.M- ''nrlbno, ' • 'X; 7■;^,.Snow- 

,.),,,< ; ,'-;no\v.«toi 1 Stewart, 67; 

W 1. ■ ■ !•■■•:: :'•■■''■ ::\. 30; 



F. 



W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND AoKERS 

MemberjrChicago Board oTTrade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 

141 6 Mahon BIdg. 1114 Government Stree 



ii 



ORDERS EXECUTEI?. ON ALU EXCHANGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Government, Railway, 
Trust and AH Other Debentures 



Private Wires to Chicago,^ New York, Boston, Montreal 



iin cy. 



Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non=Assessable, now each 25c 

i,8oo fcrt (.1 



.:4-H£ LOC/\L MARKETS 



As soon as th^ prill rcschcs i,ooo fec-t the pTiCe will be raised to '50c, C)il Will 1»c rcu-hcd 
then subject to qifotaticwtTDii-; tire < >i1 l''.xch-ange; Tadsty-you iniy drrttairibillsior 25c. 

I Will Pay 5c per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Months at :$t,oo per Share 



I'll I' 




SEND FOR PROSPECTUS' 

FI SCAL AN D TRANSFER AGENT 

^ » * MahoirBu ildrng^^^ VictorfaT B.C. 



rcrdHliiftl. 

Brnii, ill r 100 lbs 

Shiirls, per 100- lbs 

.MldcninRS. per 100 llm 

0;>l». Pf*" 10') lb». 

Kecd Whfat, per TOO lb» 

cniHhid Oat». P<"r 100 ll>» 

Bai'lty, per 100 lbs ••••■••••• 
ciuBhi"! Barb?y, per 100 Ibi. ,. 

'•N>P Fc<d, pi-r 100 U.» 

Wlinl*^ Corn, per 100 ■»)«.,.... 
Crarkcrl Corn, PT 100 lbr.> . 
Vcwtl rornnn'Rli - p<t -100 i\>».. , 
Hny. rmstr Rlvt-r, per ton . . 
Iliiy. luaUlo ....,.,..._. ^^_j^.. 

EKB»— ■,■■ a ^ ., 

I"r( hM iBlnttd, per floien ,t.... 
FftKl'rn Kkk». per dozen .... 

ranarllan. per 'b- .> ••• 

NfUfchltel. rBch .....»,<,...•. 

Cream. |nc*.l, eaubi .>.......••! 

B^ti-r— 
Albert*., p*r lb. •< •••! 



110 

.j..:jO 

1.70 
.: 1 , nr, 

2.10 
1,75 

i.Bn 

l.flO 

1 f.n 

1 S5 

1 !(0 

24.00@n> 00 

19.00 

.40 
.!• 

.t* 

.1* 
.!• ' 

.It 



Beil Dalrj .v'"' 

Victoria trreatnery. per lb.... 

rnWli-nan or»«tm.rr, p*r lb 

Cijm(nr"«.!r»»o»«r*-,. par lb, ...-. 
salt bprlDB la. Cr«iam«r», 1».^ 

Fhnir. " 

Roy»rl Mouaehold, «■ bag . . . . 

I,ak" of ihi. WnndJi. ft bag 

Tlbyftl SiniKlniil. »• bag 

\Vllfl Hon", per »»nl< 

Uobin Hixxl. P'-r nnck 

('Binary, a b»K 

Snnwflftl<<», a ba«f 

Diiritd HnoTV, piiT anck 

Thn-i'- Hiar, pt'r eiirk 

MoffefB Bint. PIT bHK 

MMCa. 



ISO. I* 


.41 


.4* 


. .40 


«t 


1 i.uo 


1 !H) 


1 no 


l,8Ji... 


1.9B 


1.90 


1 »5 


1.T.S 


1.76 


1.8S 



• • » • • S^ ' 



.9tt 

.U4 



.a« 



Beef. ' per lb • • • 

Mutton, per lb • 

Mutton. AUBlraltan ....* 

Veal. dreMod. per ]b, .••.•.•• 
Oeeae. dre»»c-J, pel" 1^ ...... 

Cblokena, per lb. ..••••••';•••• 

Chlokem, per lb.. IIM Walfllt. 
i:>uckar':.dr.MI«a...I|«,r...ill|ii.....ii..t^,.4<>4 

Ham*, par io. '*""** ..ji. ._ 

Park .,..<ij>«a «.!iH.»n* ,Ii#»t» 



.ittt.iS 
.sti.tt 



Sfa*r,:,,-;'n,V 



*ttfi M^'a S' 



Frail. 

FIc*. table, per lb. . •>. . 

Ofancee. Naval ... 

Banaiina 

AppUe. I Ibi 

Aaparagua. (local) ■... 
Oreen Pcaa, I lb*. 

Spinach, 4 lb» '. ., ., 

App1«a, per hox. ., 

Grape Frultj (C*.) ....^.....i 

Ura'pn fFutn Fiarlflali ^'n.TrririT 

titrawberrtea, p?r box ..«i 

T«va»mM. 
Ontona, • Hj* rJtoe.-»r»-T.»»» 

B««ta. par lb. ^..»^m 

Carrots, par lb. ....-• ....... 

QRlona (Auatrallan) 3 lb». .. 
Tomatdna (florirta), ppr lb.»i 
ArtlehokiJ», (Olotw*. e.ifh....; 

Artlchokoa, Jeru»air:m, IW .... 

Paralay, par bunch ...« 

Calarr. per bur><il> «« 

Cucumber* • 

No* Potatoea. « lt)» . ...i 

Cauliflower, each , ...«i 

|%li^'#%il^..'!V;ui:^ 

•ai-lMi" irar itn ......... wmmuutm 



.l«».&o 

.a»«.4« 

.tf 

.31 

.a« 



.11 

:» 
:« 

.1* 



-M-ty-fT" 



!F>^f^!Pff™?T'^^«wW^ 



ifiMXM.I-JlBlMil-'!) 



> * „ — -^ I 



'ii£SSJ-'WmW^' 



»mmmm 



4# 



i. 



VI(SX)MA - DAJM 






=?= 



CliAWiFIKO AOVeRTiMI«« »ATBa 



One c«n' «~Wor<l enoh ln«<«rtlon; 10 P«r 
e»nt. diKcount for lix or more con»«-cutlv« 
ln»ertlon»— o.tt»h w|lt» Qrd«r. No B<lv«rlllM»- 
ment Bccepted (or IvM thun ?6 ct<n|». 
builn^M and Vrofe»ilonal Card* — ot lour 
lines, or uudpr — 11.00 per week. 
No kdv«rlU«imcnt churned ou account for 
Um thaa (;i.00 / 

PJione/ No. n. 

businIessdTrectory 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



•mHB JAPANBi¥'"a"EK[BRAi, CONTRAC 
A Co., -littf.. 1»17 Store «t. P. O. Be* 
188. All kinds of uontrttut and labor aupptr^ 



AKCHITECTS 



GRlii-Fll'H. H. 8., AKCHITECT, 1006 
Opveroiaiint ftt,, Phono 1*89. 

OOPE Ui -F UOSlAiy ~"a KyiUTliCT— rlN 

pruotlde In B. e. for iwe/ity-ave years. 

Plans and specKlcatlons lurnlahed mi appll- 

caUon. Oftlce. b Slsti.«r» Block, Phono »27. 



Al.'lJUKK. S.. AB.ClU'ri!;CX--6 ANU 7 
8l«liirs Block. Tul: Ki;s.;-.B-70*; 
Oftlce, ,1157. , 



Tt*AClJL 
JjJL rive 



CELWVOD WATKINS,. ARCHITECT— 
. Room 111 Flvu Ststeis Block 



IS. C. Telephcnes; 



Vlutorla, 
Ufflot) iflKS, Resldencg 



ART y LASS 



XV. ex 



F. ROY, ■ OVKK , TUIUTY YlOAllS 
fxptTleiica In An tilass ],fa(l>'d 
ll»hls for churches. -a4;llD0l» and private 
dWKlUnifs. Works and sloro . 841i l.alt< tjl. 
I'ho.iu f.»4. _^ . 



vv 



ISO ON, n»» aov'T st. puy6Nii; ssj. 



FtKNITUKiS M0V1>0 V..VMS. 



BUSINESS WflECTORY 



iCAVKMOINO 



E. 



LXNB8 YABOS CLKANBD. RBBl- 

denoe 4tl Cook flt. Phone 1T»». 



\riCTORlA HCAVKNOINO CO., 
V 182ii Government street. Pn 
A'sh«s and rubbish r«'mov<?d. 



OJTFICI 
bona t61. 



Uea BURT'S PADDED FURNITURE AND 
piano moving vans. Phone Has. Offlca 



.y^fi,m..kmrJi9yT ^t. rHONU n. 



TJ6 Pandora. 



ULAB» ANU OLAaUNO 



VERX tiESCRIPTlON OF QUASH — 
Plate, shuet, prlamktle. • ornamental, 
Uaded. etc. The Mwlrose Co., Ltd., «1S Fort 
Street. 



E^ 



8TOHAGE AND WABKHOPSINO 



HAKUWARB 



I>H10R, E. Q. & CO.— HARDWARE AND 
aifrlcultural Impltnients. Corner of 
Juhnsuii and Oi)Vi'r:ini>rnt Sts. 



rniiifl HICKMAN tyh: haruwark co.— 

X Ltd., Ipoii, ati-ul, hardware, cutlery, 30 
asa Si Vet.-»»-str<ttit, Victoria. O. C. 



IIOTKI.H ANU K*:iTAURANT8 



SW CHISIIOLM & CO., MAXfFACTCR- 
. ere of k-«d»..l an eluna. Seat U8. V.vf"''" 
iMdt-r. U.|)alrlnK U* Mpeclaity. 
iZHHi 803 for', mrect. 



placing yuur 
Phone 



B^ 



P 



VV 



At'TO.MOUli.KS 

ESTEKN MOTQR~~& ■ STJPPLT 



co:«. 



ajents ' for Uulck8. Franklins. llumb.rs. 
Clement Talb.itg and llovcrB. .Sliuiisi.', oup- 

fiUes, llrc-H uU B)i>ii and iiuikes. Bulk kubo- 
ino and oil. llopalra, cuiupleie vjjlcunizlug 
plant. High cUiae llvury. Telephone Uiia, or 
U line busy 2067 ^,,- . - - 

BAuir'AOE UEHVEKV 



ANNER.MAN & HUUN HOTEL, NKVV 
bulldlntt. corner Oroftd and Johnson 
slrfpt, Victoria. Miidern uttlccs find tur- 
iilahed rooms. i ^ 

ALIFORN 1 A ' HtJTEL," 1» JOHNSON ST. 
newlv fitted up fro/n bottom to lop. 
good uccoiniiK.iUili'n, Dporllng gallery, com- 
pilsJll* lUfsiztd pholuM of all the iioti-* 
sports and arhletes up to _LllE_iti:s,Mtvnt day. 
Bar always nupplled with best gbods. Thos. 
L,. Mc.Manus, i>roprletor. ■ 



RS. BYRN, 1301-4 WHARF ST.. FOOT 
. of Yaies; commission, storage. **"••- 
houslnir, manufacturers _aB^at„.. »54 ^"1. 
No. 10. Phone 384. P. O. Box 408. """' 



CONDENSED ADVERTIStNG 



THK UEVKBKIIX KMrWJVMKKT AND 
QBNRBAL AOBNCY 

I^OOS Fort Btr««t. Hour* l:IQ to B.IO 
Telephone 447. 

WANTED— CARPKNTIORS FOR COUN- 
try at once, 14 day. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISiNQ 



TO KKNT 



rANTBD— GOOD COOK«. ALSO THREB 
.hau«^^ald* *na sevei-»l general maids. 



EXPBRdBNCBD 0REBSMAKERf 



IWO 

want work 



CITORACJK AND WAREHOUSINO— 18.000 
C5 feet of floor space. Appljr W. W. Dun- 
can, 6SB Yates P. O. Box lilt. XTIty. 



TEAS ANO COrFEEJ^ 



1JIONEER ll^JFFEi & SPICE MILLS. 
Ltd., Pembroke street. Victoria. Tele- 
phone 637. '■ 



TIMBEB, LANDS, ETC. 



C1APT. I.'. J 
J • lands, mill 
P.O. Box 563 



J. BROWNHKIQ. TIMBER 
Ing. Oftlce imperial hotel. 



>BVBHAL CANARIES FOR BALE—SONQ- 



CtBVE 

k3 st« 



T 



To BJ3 Hl&HLy RECOMMENDED- A 
capable cook, housekeeper for bach- 

«>lor's establishment. R.fi-rences most satis- 
factory. , 



HELP WANTEO — MALE 



\,\rANTEl)— TWO FIRHT Cl-AHH CAR- 
\V p. inters to start work .it i>ni»).. Apple, 
nornt-r of Aledlna *nd Niagara »t''--«-i-a. Wf""'" 

KllOu. '»- 



rpo LJBT — LAROE NEW STABLE 
■L barn. Apply Old Post Office 

Bturi'. 



AND 

CI«aH 



LIST YOUR BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
US. Warburton St Co., lOOb Ciovernment 
Street. 



rpo AENT OR FOR SALE— NICE FIVE 
X roomed cultutfe. -bath and electric light. 
One minute from car. Lot &0xl20. 183 
Adel#lda street. Applx Uwukir, P.O^ Box 
K4>. 



■ ■ J . "- I ""' " 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



WvdnMdayi August 10, ItIO 

______ i/ • ' I I ' • '-■'■'"^^ 



TO UBT—HOUSEKISEI'IMO ROOMS 

rno LET— FURNISHED, LARGE BED 
-L. ■ room with uski o( dlnlngroom, kitchun, 
bath and telephone. Apply liiO G«vvr.Q.a>i-:S>t 
sirrtl, Janms Bay. No children. 



.qiO l.BX-^HSiSJWa .AMP, .. flit'fiC»i,. , AJ^.1^-LV:.. 
X to 710 Fort street, near Douglas St. 



TO LEX— UOCSE8 



rpo l.,KT--FL;itNLSllKU (/OTTAUI!:. ALKO 
•*- horse lur »uli'. )>a*i Ciiieduiilii uvctiuw. 



FlJUXItlilElJ 



V.A FlJUXItl, 
■'.*.a. eltjht r 



IIOIjVE ■IIU KKNT, 

tjht rtHiinx, b«»i risldtnllnl dlsii'i'". . 

Land 



kNE RELIABLE MAN 



UNDEKTAKINO , AND EMB AI.MINO 



HASTY DKLlVliUV SERVICE. PHONE 
907. Express, transfer wagona Tind 
messengers promptly supplied. 610 ^t^jrmor- 



int street. 



VICTOR 
op he 



lA TRANSFER C0„ 
one 123.. 



LTD.. TEL- 



BLLE PHlNTlNti -VND MAPS 



PRINTS, A.VY LENtJTH IN ONE PIECE, 
six cenla per foot. Timber and land 
tuaps. Electric Bluo Prints and Map Co., 
121S LangU-y St. ■ 



BOATS AND ENGINES 



l.K BOAT it ENlilNE CO., LTD— 
and Jauuchfs built; estimates, 
repairs, dulgnil. " Shop. 4:J4 David street. 
W. 'T). Buck, manaser. Pliooa -205. 



VICTOKI.' 
Boats 



li - . 



BOOHBINUKRJi 



-\TKW. HOTEL BRU;<SW1CK. NICEST LO- 
i-N cation In Victoria, nicely furnished 
rooms at moderate prices. Weekly ratea. 
All care pusa hotel. Two entrances, corner 
Yates and Dnuglas. Phone 317. . 



rpuE 

1 £ 



E COM.MERCIAL HOTEL, CURNICU 
Douglas and Corniorani .'^ts.. oppoaita 
City Hall. Uenovaiftd throughout. Rqonis 
second 10 none In city. Bar- repletrt with 
the best. European plan only. Pool room 
in connection. J. Lucas, Prop. Phono IV 02. 



MONEY PKOPEHLY INVESTED LEADS 
to fortune. This result may be at., 
talned by^ p tirPt tg Bliig the best 2Sc meal In 
the olty at The Strand Cafo. 



FUNERAL FURNISHING CO., lOlfl 

Govt St. Tel. 2235, l!23ti ,2237, 8238, 

I'rumpt attention. Chus. Hayward, 

A, Hayward, Sec; F. Casolton, Mgr. 

j7 HANNA. UNDERTAKER — PAR- 
lors 920 Y'ates St. Graduate U. 8. 
College of Embalming. Contractor to II. 
Navy. Office phono 498. HcS. phone 611. 



2230. 
Pn>». 

VV. 



M. 
al 



CPIIOL8TEKING AND UECOBATINO 



& SHARP. CONTRACTORS FOR 
g, removing and packing, 
carpclu cleaned, etc. furniture repaired and 
polished. SOS Fort St. Phono 2149. ' 



STILEH & SUA 
upholstel-lllS 



/YNE 

custom-mado clothes '", C»nttdft; '«')•;>■ 
coimnlBMlon, Rex Tailoring i o., Llmllel, 

Toronlii. unt. , . 

\T> ANTED-^ .-iHlMT A -VT BOOK K EK PE U. 
VV Apply alathiK age, aalury and experi- 
ence l^ ISV Coloni*. ^ 



vftc8,nt, Sep.uiiiber . 1. Apply Stewart 
Co.; IS Board, ot Trade. , " 



lNTEd IN jrr 

r» (or bi:st , X mailed 
iiuinihu or 



\A.'ANT,E.U---B<-><>KKBEPER .VVflTH EX- 
VV pi-rlonre In lumber trd.de. APP'^ ^'^'^ 

25U, \lctorla. ■ •- - , 



.'SE FUll- 
at H8C. Fort street, for six 
one year from (Sejilember Ist. 
I'hoiie" 2480, no kniall children. 



rpo LET->«H0U8EKBBP1N0 ROOMS, li* 

-L Humboldt street. 

IiluH RK.N'T~TWO FRONT FURNISHED 
• housekeeping rooms, one as bod-slttlng 
room, other kitchen, gas cooker, sink hot 
and cold water, etc., bath, M week. Barnes 
834 Courtney streets _.. 

ipt^L J.Xet-- Fu RNTsTTm)" 'limfsEkEEP^ 

U~ N F L! R N' is H E D H O US E K.}£.'k P IN G ROOM S 
1122 North I'ark street. 



CONDENSgD ADVERTISING 



raomiTir wawtsp 



WANTED— DIRECT FROM OWNER. 10 
to 20 acres cr«»re<l. Bood noil, well 
ioc«.tcd, senU full likrilculars. nr»t letter, 
r. D. '6o« 1558. ' 



l^ANTBD— A 



WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS 



A LHEHNI — WANTED TO LOATJ— »1.50(1 
J:\. 7 per cent for three years, on (lis 



riMJ RKNT-E'IUriT-itUOM HOUSE; Fl.NE 
J. garden, elite ills trict; t30, 186 , Coluiilat. 

mt) LET- LARGE HOUSE,' ALSO PART 
A of lurnltuie fur salo 
iiiorniiigs to 1141 Fort street. 



WVIOLESAJI,E DKV. GOODS 



WHOLE* 
Id manufac- 
turers men's furnishings, tents. "Big Horn" 
hruiid, shirts, overalls. .Mall orders attended. 



rpnRNER-BEETON CO.. LTD.. 
•X sale dry goods. Importers ftn<! 



KANTER HOTEL AND CAPE— ALL tJN- 
lon" help, 660 Johnson St. Why pay 
more when you can gel tho beet for less. 
Meals 20c; rooms 26c and up. Bar replete 
with best goods. Joseph HManTfffb. "Prop. 



TRAND HOTEL CAFE, JOHNSON ST., 
always open. • European plan; cuisine 
xinexcelled; bar best goods; rates moderate. 
Wright ,& Faulkner. Phone, 1105. 



S^ 



a THE COLONIST HAS THE BEST 
. equlped bookblndery In tho province; 
tlifl result Is equal- In proportion. 



BOOT AND SHOE HEPAIUlXG 



milE ONLY SHOS MACHINE.S THAT 
-L have proven uatlufactory U the Ch.'im- 
nlon Made expressly tor shoo rupalrliig. 
Try thorn, Hlbba, 3 Orlentiil Alley, oppo- 
ilie I'antagos. . 



BOTTLES 



ALL KINDS OF BOTTLES WANTED— 
tlood 



prices paid, 
u , Store street. 



Victoria Junk 
I'hone, ,.126. 



BllLDKRS AND CONTBACTOJIS 



AND 

X' builder. Plans and spccUlcatlons pre- 
pared for approval. Estimates furnished 
on any class of structure. Offices Cor. Rol- 
and Ave. .ftO(L.Q,!aar.a St., P. O. Ho< i^'O. ■ 



LUNEY BROS., BUILDERS AND CON.' 
tractors, are prepared to give prices on 
all building and Jobbing work. Phono 679. 
Wi' attend to your order. 



\^;ESTH0LME LUMBER CO., LTD. 
VV General Contraclora and Build" 
Otfice 701 Brougljton, Phone. 1806. 



LTD.— 
rs. 



\\riLLi__.. 

> V iind' builder Is prepared to give prices 
on all bulldUiR and Job work. Residences a 
specialty. Office lOSS^NoTTh Park St., Tele- 
phon* L1392. _. . _ " , 



H^ 



V\71LSON HOTEL. 
V V Eur 



OTFL VICTORIA— UNDER NEW MAN- 

ngement. Most rentral In city. Bus 

meets all sf amers and trains. Graham & 

.-Grant, proprietors. Phone 480. » 

646-648 "yaTES ST. 
ropean plan; large^ and airy rooms; 
bar supplied wllh best goods. Ted McAvoy, 
proprietor. Pfione IC32. 



THE WILLOWS — THOHOUOHLY RENO, 
vated througho'jl. and equipped In the 
most modern and up-to-date style, and sup- 
plied with best goods. Alex. Llpsky, prop. 



JEWELLERS, WATC11M.A.KKR.S, ETC. 



WnOLKSALE WINES AND LIQUORS 

a~SuRNi:R-BEETON CO., ' LTD., WHARF 
St., Victoria — Wholesale only, all the 
leading brands of lluuora; dir ect ItOPOr tera 
Wiiie IOC Hate and prices. ^ 



WOOD AND FCBt, 



.irANTED-^FARM HAND, STEADi JOB 
to right man; wages »:16 month. 
Apply to D. A. Downey, Sidney, P. O. 

TAN'rlotJ^DlUVER AT PAUL'S DVE 
works, good canvasser preferri^cL 

'ANTED — TWO UOOl' PLASTEIHEUB. 
Apply J. Bryant, 1327 Edmonton Road, 

phone 2132. _-- 



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App 

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WAN IN 
lor best 

, Highest 

Rex TaUorluK.Co., Ltd., Torou- 



/ANTKD-^NE JiEMAQLE 
■ every town to Take ordcra 

custom mado clothes In Canada. 

commission 

to. out. 



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rAN-EED- CAPABLE SALESMAN TO 
co»cr Biltlah t;oh;mbla with staple 
Hue. High commissions; with »100 monthly 
advance. IVrmuneiu iioaltlon to right man. 
Jess. H. Smith Co.. U Inilsor, Ont. 



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^0 RENT — COTTAGE, ABOVK 



COOK 



TO LOA*ik— »1,5 00 

St 

iiuirlgiige, liuKlness piujierfy ^lero," valnv 
ja.Ouu, pa.\lng W per cent. Also $3,(i(ii), 
III at mortgage, oir.jTiTSSt -Insldw.- rusideiillal 
property, value J4,fi()U, Interest 8 per cent; 
;j',or i yours. Marcon & Co., lieai Estate, 
Alberiil. . , 



MODERN HOMB. We 

wanjl an artlatlo modern homa with 
one or two lots, nice grounds and in » 
first class locality, tor a client. OIvs low- 
est price and' best terms In conndence. 
Herbert C utht)ert & Co., 636 Fort street. 

\\TANTED— l?blJR"~TO "TTVTir - Ackics OF 
\» bush land; must be cheap; neighbor- 
hood of GordAi Wead or Cordova •fla.y. 
Hurman & A^lpleton, BS4 Yates itrest. 






\'\.TA.NTEi'>"~TO" rtJRtiHAjiK SlX-aOOM 
VV bungalow; modern, with lacgo lot or 
acriiftge.- «winrr» oi»ly, apply 348 Hey,wood 



ACREAGE — HOUSE AND 



Ki HANIC, 36, C}OOU. HABITS, WJDOW- 

er, wishes to coi'respond with nlve 

yuuiig ludy or widow, object iiiniriinony I nil 
'letters stiie.lly (ioiUldenllal. AtldreSH .Box 

ni i;t>ioiii»t. ' , 



Y\rANTEU — KITCHEN RANGE, STATE 
V? make and price. Box 175, Colonial. 



stiev.t, on Yates. , A pply 1148 Yates. \ * ,r A.NTEU- -N E W LAID EGGS, S.UALL UH 

■,, ,,.VT — n<,n<i.- »'K*R OAK ]1\Y ' ' '"■'■«" qi«nilty; will collect weekly and 

RKM— HtjU.SL. .<LAR. OAK JiAA I .^^, ^,^^^^ ^^ ^^ Walker. E»<|Ulmall Road. 

hotel, *20 month. Apply D.. cjakT Bay K.^y limits; phone R1627. - 



T 

Itostofflco. 



rpo RENT -*>,\1 ALL FURNISHBXj.:.JiaX^^ 
X luge with acre of land, at t.hi! beach,' 
llo per month to ptriiianent tenant; phone 
211 2..: ..-.:: ■■,...,_^---.j|^/. -- „„-^.: 

rr\0 IX-EASK-JtrOR-l-ENGTH. OF- TtSt B, A 
-L furnished six-room cottage, all iiio Uf-rn 
convdnfPirreV, hear heich arid .car ■ Tine. 
Apply. 31 .-South Turner sireet. Jamea Bfc'. 



J5 — ni 



UKLP WANTEl* — *E.VLALE 



a^O RENT — THE 10-ROO.M HOUSE FUR 
nlshod at- 1.485 Fort street, for six 
months or one yoar froia Stpiiimber 
Phone 2489; no small children. 



HOUSE TO RENT — 1712 
10 rooms with all 



GOOD MA.N.N'ERED, 18, NEEDS 
-IroTiTP -aTTd — rrnittrrtrrd-- Pd-at;raTiTrrrr— w-ii 
be«t, servli'es will glv.: hliu a cliuiue (or 
kind 
Bo* -iaa-iit>h>nlal 



X.ITANTED 

»V lot or two vHcant lots on easy terms. 

Box 3(1, Co lonist. ^_ 

ANTED—TO EXCHANGE 71 ACRES / 

Improved Saanlch property for Victoria' 

property. Phone R231.a, 1020 Hulton St., 
Oak Hay. 



PBOPERTV lOB BALV 



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i^UU SALE— LARGE LOT ON FIFTH 
Btre.'t, Just off Topax avenue; J500;, }20H 
caali, balMiico *160 per year. tjwner, Box 
■J.H, i.'olonlBi. 

I.TUlt .SALiC, yUADRA STREET, OPPOS- 
, Itf .North Ward park, well built siv 
rdom hnusff, 13, aim; *»iow .<-8wh»cJ>alano«5, ' 
per month. Why pay rent? Owner, Box 
:;» Colonist. 



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li..'.'.":.,, 

I Bac 



, ' 1 'I'l ounce uve 
freatment liy married couple orr- iady.^-j: .J-—.: . ^^^_-..-;: -.. 



;\on s.\Lf:- <iouGE rliad, i.:onNBR, 

110x120, beautiful homeslle, assessed, 

$1 SCO; (or a few days only owner will 

il'l'V;-,:' fif'^T.'R'OOT — arrfrrtorr-tlt Fellows, 619 

t'liue. Office open, evenings 8 to 



VXTANTED— MOTOR REPAIRS. 



ME- 
.«hanlcal repairs, all sorts and condl. 
tlons of repairs; parts tiirned in brass or 
steel. A. Dandridg^v -iCi""'"*' engrmeerr 
Blanchard stretit, 'near Y. M. C. A: 



\,\niLSON, E. A.. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
VV of mlllwood, wood, bark. etc. Four- 
foot lengths, f2.50 per cord; Btovu lengths, 
tJ.OO double load. 326 John St. Phone J073. 



CHEAP FUEL— TRY A HEAPING DOU- 
hlo load of short cut mill wood, de- 
livered to any part of city at J3.00 C.O.D. 
by l-'ameron Lumbfr Co., Ltd. Phono 864, 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCOLVEB 



A^ 



A. 



I'ETCH, 1407 DOU13LAS STREKT 
spA:lalty of English watch repairing. 



JUNK 



BRASS, 



COPPER, 



WANTED — SCRAP 
aino lead, cast iron, sacks, bottles, 
rubber; highest prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 1620 Store street. Phone 1SS,6. 



1.A.NDSCAPE GAKDENEK 



TAMBS SIMPSON, 951 JOHNSON 'ST. 
U phono R1150. Expert on all garden 

and orchard details, trees Improved, scale 
removed, greenfly annihilated without In- 
jury to flovyer, fruit or foliage. Gardens 
kept, contracts taken, rosea a specialty. 



LANDSCAPE OARDENER P HTTNTTrO 
grafting and. all kinds of garden work 
skilfully-done- by day or contract. D. Mc- 
mlllan. Room ■", 840 Johnson St. Late gar- 
dener to the Marquis ot Breadalbane, Tay- 
mouth Castle, Perth. Scotland. 



LHAMBRA HOTEL — MRS. S. THOMP- 
son A Sons, proprtetois; R. D. Thoinp- 
son. manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
streets. Vancouver. B. C. Vancouver's,, llrst 
hotel. Situated In the heart of the city. 
Modernly eijulpiied throughout. Midday 

lunch a specialty. European plan. Fumed 
for good whiskey. 



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HELP 



'\NTED AT OMCE — A LADY 

to assist with light household duties, 
liox 2i)U i;olonlst. 



' ' ' ' "" .„ W"il:-ii-ii^f''S' ' In'nd. bams, otithf«i»«-s. ete., al 

\Y>VNTED— Housekeeper, 1<J^DERLY ^^^ six. months commencing In 
* > woman prtferi ed. _ .^pply at I^"- |25 per month. The B, C. J 



htuiiley avenue, betweeii' 6 il*U s p. m. Wed- 
lo-Bduy. ' 



rrrSOLlNG 



LADIES 



TV and one young man -JM-'-W«acolLa. 



^ ai<-» street, immediately. 



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.TANTElJ-=-WUMAN CHJOK. 
.\ianager [impress Hotel. 

ANTED- 



APPLY 



DRESSMAKER TO MAlvE 
gymnasium costumes for St. Geogre's 
school. 1157 Rockland avenue,' near Coua. 



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rACJTED— GOOD RELIABLE GIRL AT 

Douglas 



BLACKBURN HOTBJU— A. E. BLACK- 
burn. proprietor. This well-known and 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed is now open to Its puirons. Steam heat, 
fine commodious rooms. ftr»t-clas8 dining- 
room, best Btter\tlon to comfort of gU'Sts. 
American plan »1.50 to t2,00 per»day. Euro- 
pean plan, iOo upwarda 318 Wtstmin»t«r 
avenue. 



COMMERCIAL HOTEL— CORNER HAST- 
ings and Gamble streets. Headquarters 
tor mining and commercial men. Rates 12 
and upwarda . Atkins, Johnson & Stewart, 
proprietors. 



the Saaidrlnghom, 
Htreoi; no Sunday work. 



1212 



LJTKNOGUAr-tlC-H WA,>lJ:.i./ *».. LAVS 
fo offices; must have had experience In 
legal work and be ramlllar wUh oft ce fou- 
line and slrrlple bookkeeping. App y slat- 
experience, etc.. Drawer 194 colonist. 



DE.NMAN ST. 
modern convonlcnu- 
es. large garden with flowera and Vege- 
moles. twenty-four fruit trees, thirty dollars, 
per iiioiiih or would lease tor one year. Ap- 
ply Victoria hotel. 

O RENT— FURNISHED NINK ROO.MEL 
itLOjisS; .>.un g alo .'w 



Apply Box 
changed. 



WANTS CHARGE OF SMALL 
go- out— of 
References 



\\70.MAN 

V V rooming house; will— go- out— of -Xlty. 



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Colonist. 



ex- 



OP 



IB' YOU WISH TO DISPOSE OF YOUR 
law or theology books, drop me a card 
and 1 wilt call on you. J will be In Vic- 
toria onco a month. .Edwin J. Galloway, 
41UW and old book store, 782 Granville St,, 
\ aneuuver. 



.NE A.ND A HALF STORY B'UN'OArXJW. 

ig ((11 
Apply 



vJ six rooms, all modern, standing (d 



lots: quite • new; easy 
cr, P. O. Box K4 8 



terms. 



St) i'tU\ON EASY TERMS WILL BUY 
0,0\/v/ this n<iw house. six rooms, 
jianelled stalrcuBO ahd reception hall,- -tlnifd 
walla. Blldiiig doors, ^hree hi-drooms, bath, 
etc.; cement floor in basemeiiit; furnace. One 
block from car. Pemberton & Son. 614 Fort 
street. 

<t»>') tUU\ WITH $6,000 CASH BUYS 
^•..-..Ul/U 58x120 feet on Fort street, 
almost adjoining Blanchard; balance can bo 
arranged. Pemberton * Son. 614 Fort street. 



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with 



-EXCAVATING. 



c^epi tinner ill 
Latid and In- 



vestment Agency, Ltd. 



lO XET— i'LKNlSlIED, ROOMS 



TO LET — FURNISHEjA^ FRONT RO\>M. 
suitable for one or Xwo, 43» yuebec 
street. ' , 

rpo LET — <'O.M FORT ABLE ROOM IN 
-L English •ivomo, overlooking park; board 
optional. Young English lady or gentU— 
man preferred. S60 H«'y wood avenue. 

riVj LET — FUR.NISHED, LARGE DOUBLE 
-*. room with every eonvenlrnce, 860 John- 
son Btrvet; phono R906. 



l.-A.'^ANTED 

>> ■ TFfnrK and^contrrere u-ortt. "K 

der. 2fi4i) Third street. 



WELL DIG^ 

ATSxan- 



BAQQAt^ia ' PR OM PTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by the Victoria Transfer 
Co., Phone 120. Office open night and day. 

YY7ANTED''^0 PURCHASE,- O L D M A - 
VV hogany furniture, clocks, grandfather 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc. A. A. Aaruuson, 
85 Johnson street. 



T710RT STREET— TWO GOOD LOTS; CAN 
Jj ;."r:-iie' aeliver^><l for Ihrt next few days alr- 
a price below present market value. A. R. 
Ht!. Sherwood. Northern Crown Bank Bldg. 



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TANTED— ASSIKTAN^r -NURSE FOR 

Kelowna Hospital; salary iSO P.er 
n.onih. State qualillcatlons, testimonials, 
experience and age. Apply to secretarj. 
Box 69, Kelowna, B. C. j ^ 



CHIKOl'ODY. 



M'^ 



S. CAMPBELL,, CHIROPODIST 



905 



FOrt street. 



CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYOR.^ 



AO NOAKE&, Bi C. LAND_srRVKYOR 
. C. E., Room », Lee fiuitiniTg. Broad 
street. Tehnihono 377. 'P. O. Boii 542. 



y. Tcnipleton. Mgr. 



Victoria 



A. 1.— BRITISH COLUM- 

.-_ _urvej -_ - 

B. C. Telephone 1,-X6*7. P. O. Box 



ROBERTSON, 
bla Land Surveyor. 622 Fort atreoV 



CARPENTKR.S, ''OIj^^J'^^2."*'^?? _ 

APIT^L^ CARPENTER AND JQBBlNa 

factory. Alfred' Jonea All kinds of 

alterations. Jobbing work. lOOS Vancouver 

and Yates slrovt; otdce phono B2011. Rea 

R790. ' 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON DEALERS 



UVERV AND TRANSHPRB 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO.. LTD., 
129. Best service In the- cttjr. 



TEL. 



UTHOOBAPHrNQ 



LITHOGRAPHING. ENGRAVING AND 
Embossing — Nothing too large and 
nothing too small; your stationery iB your 
advance agent; our work la unequalled west 
of Toronto. The Colonist Printing ond 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



LQCK S-MITHS AND MACHINISTS 



FG. ALDOUS, C.B. — All kinds of civil 
. engineering and surveying undcrtaJteiU. 
I'.allroad location and construction a spe- 
cialty. 1107 Lang ley street. 

GORE & MCGREGOR— J. HERRICK Mc- 
Gregor. Mgr. Land Surveyor and 
civil engineers. Chancery Chambers. P. O. ._.„„.,„,, 
Box 162 Tel AB04. Fort George office, J. M""''../ ,, , >, ,, ,. . , , 

.-_■ C'-. -' ' 7tX with Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd., for 



H AFER, L. ^ GENER.VL MACHINIST, 
new 'parta"~6f all kinds made in brass, 
copper and steel, or any sort ot metal. Ma- 
chlno shop. 159 Govcrnrrient St. Phone 930. 



LI MBEB MANVFACTl RKR.S 

'T DELIVERY-BORDERS PLACED 



HOl'EL DOMINION— WHEN YOU AR- 
rive at Vancouver take large nuto bus 
which will take you to tlila hotel free. Uur 
service Is the best obtainable at the price. 
American plan. »1.50 to »2 00 per day. Auto 
makes one trip daily around Stanley Park. 
F. Baynes. proprietor. , . 

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 






ANTED A WAITRESS. APPLY Do- 
minion hotel- • 



'ANTED— TO KEEP HOUSE FOR 
three men. Apply 11S7 North Park 
street, between the hours of 6 and 8 p. m. 
\Y'ANTED~^^^LAD'X^"DiSK>NSTRATORS 
>V experience not necessary. Call J03 



FINE FL'RNIBHI 
boldt street. 



lU'.M 



rpo LET-- 
X room. 



-LARGE FURNISHED 
;21 Quebfo street. 



BED- 



CtOMFOllTABLV FURNISHED ROOMS, 
^ modern honic modet;ate; phone R1U41; 
terms; board optional., C3Q3 .Stanley avo. 

rnO' LET— FUiiJiJSHED ROOM. MODERN 



Michigan street, phone R2377. 



DENTISTb 



D" 



LEWIS HALL. DENTAL SURGEON. 
Jewell block, cprtrer Yates and Doug- 
las streets, Victoria, B. C. Telephones — 
Office, 567; Residence, 122., 



DR. H. J, HENDERSO.V, DENTIST, LEE 
building, corner Broad and Johnson 
Sta Phone 2260. Ofdce hours; 9.30 a. m. 
to 6 p. m. Evenings by appointment. 



F. ERASER, D. M, D— OFFICE 73 2 
Yates SL, Ctoresube block. Office 
hours: 9.10 a. m. to 6 R. m. 



VV. 



lumber, mouldings, doors, shingles and lath. 
Phono 8»S4. Office 855 Garbally Rd. 



MASSAGE 



MRS. EARSMAN, ELECTRIC LKJHT 
baths: medical massage. lOoe Fort St. 



Phone B-1S65. 



-ABLE. WM.— IMPORTER OF MAC- 

Lachlan buggies, traps; cannot be 

beaten for durability. Warehouse -717 John- 
son St. Phono 1826. 



CHIMNEY CLEANING 



^,^IC5,rORlA CHIMNEY i 
' .effective flues, alterc 
backed. ■ Phone Ll?44 



CLEANING CO., 
d and grates re- 



ci4)TnES ci.eAxino 



OPTICIANS AND- OPTOMETRISTS 



T>LYTH, A. P., 646 FORT— OVER A 
X> quarter of a century's experience, and 
modem equipment at your service. Free 
examination. Lenses ground on premises. 
Phone 2250. 



PAINTERS /VND PAPEKHANOER8 



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,^RANK MELLOR— PAINTING CON 

traator. 1126 View street. Phone 16«+r.. 



DETECTIVES 



Be. DETECI 
. ver. Civil, criminal and commercial 
Investigations R. S. Baron. Superinten- 
dent. Head office. Rooms 2U7 and iOK. Crown 
building. Vancouver, B. C. Phone 4202. 
Bloodhound trailers kept. 

IJACIFIC DK-TECTIVK AGENCYrT>01N0 
X general line criminal and civil private 
detective work, or will find the where- 
iihouts of any pvrBului—Whose indentlty or 
ad<lre6»e« — are unknown. ¥09' Governmint 
street, phone 3171. 



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Colonist. 



Wi'ANTBD— WOUAl^ ■ TO CARE FOR 
VV three children. -Awriy ni£> Blanchai'd 



street. 



'O.OSEKKEPE'K WANTED FOR SM^ALl.^ 
family. Apply Mrs. Bloom, Empress 
hotel barber shop. ' _J 



V\ ^ A NTE'D— ASJSISTAiNT NURSE FOb 
VV Kelotsna Cottage Hospltol, salary »ao 
month. State qua,llHeaMoii». testimonials, 
experience and age. Apply to secretary. 
Box 69,. Kelowna, B. C. ■ ^ 



rpo LET- NICE SU.NNY ROOMS; REAS 
X onablc ratea. Hotel Canada, 1318 Broad 
street. I'hone LSM; 



rpo Ll'n— LARtJE COMFORTABLE BED- 
-L sHlIng room," extra bedroom If required. 

_, - - use of kitchen, bath,- electric llg'ht, qulei. 

Henry street, Vlcloria West, f ro m .4 to— 8.^ plggsant house on car line. Mrs. Walker, 

^XTTtED'-WOMAx" to superintend ^'ly limits,, Esquimau road. Phone R1627. 
cooking,' small family; kitchen maid 
kept; good home, Ib'S' 



Yl.^ A .N'T ED— SCRAP BRASS, COPPER, 
V V zinc, lead, cast Iron, sacks and all 
kinds of beetles and rubber; highest cash 
prices paid. Victoria Junk' Agency, If 20' 
Store street. Phone 1338. 



•Ij\OR SALE — NEW 4-ROO.M Btr.NOALOW; 
JD cement foundation; i)n» basement; sUu- 
Ttti'd on ono ot the best lots on Hhelboprn--, 
oft -Edmonton road. Dear._ lUumftl!U..,y.<oo, 
fon fujsy terms, This is the cheapest bt»y iii 
\ icioria. See It. Apply Owner. 63U1 Beet 
B. street. Bismarck. Wash. 

^jMAP— LOT. MICHIGAN STREBT,'^0xT20 
Jo feel; high; car lint; near ' Government 
buildings, $850; terms. Owner. Box 1G4. 

t;olwn-tirt.~"— ----.--.---i-j: — -: 



AKtiuuu jewelery, dia.monds. en- 
gravings and pictures bought and sold. 



Mri 



A. A. Aaronson. 86 JolniBun street. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



COTTAGE WITH 



MODERN 6-ROOM 
111 convenleitces, on Princess avenue; 



E-VCHANGE, FOR THE 



WOMAN'S 

posal ot needlework; haudlcrad 



A WOJ 

-ex dlsp .. - ,, . 

i..ia ev. ry branch of woman's work will bo 
Iield In the woman's building at the fall 
lilr. Ladles interested may oiilaln . fuller 
particulars on application lo Mrs. A. E. 
Klchards, Rv>"al Oak, P. O. ■ ' 



Y\,'E, HAVE THE O.NLY ELECTRICAL 
VV key-duplicating machine In Vic- 

toria for Yale and postoftlce keys, insuring 
a perfect lit always. H. M. Wilson, 614 
Cormorant. 



I .BURNISHED ROOMS TO, LET, 414 ME.N- 
. zle» street. 'i;wo minutes from' ll'.P.R. 
wharf. 1 



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IIRL- JfOR LIGHT 
Superior street. 



aouHi:woRK, 515 



ANTED-iA WAITRESS FOR KINO ED- 
ward hotel. Port Albernl. 



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ESTERN DliTECTIVB ASSOCIATION 
Room 6, Sylvester block, Yates St 
commercial and criminal Investlgattons, ac- 
counts promptly, collected, special audits, de- 
faulting, rlc. All business strictly tonfldon- 
ital.- Phone 2487. '_ 



'ANTED AT ONCE— EXPERIENCED 

drygoods saleslady ;. state experience 

and salary expected. .( owlehan Merchants, 

Llinltod, Du ncan, B. <'.. - 

\ \ TANTED—WOM AN TO CAKE . FOP 
VV baby and do light housework; would 
like her to go to Kamloops for winter. 
62» Andrew , street, cornwr James, 
Victoria West. 



J .Burnished, rooms tO let at the 
- ' Poplars ono of the most beiiutlfully 
situated roontlng houses In Victoria, on .cor- 
iier ofTJellvrnifaiid Oovernmon't 8t('i^ets.Jjac- 
Ing Empress' Tiotel and Parliament Hultdlngs. 
Fitted up with all modern convenlenceB 

Gply. one minute frpni either postoftlce or 

C.P.R. Docka iiarge and sunny'rooiiis. bist 
of faro and terms moderate. Telephone No. 
652. Miss L. -J. Green. Proprietress. 



I ^ . .Lu i .jj..^. Cl. . ' j.\j.,iu,^..„,.,....,_i, er r~ __^ — ' ' ' 

YTT^ELL FUR.NISHKD ROpMS— AI.80 

V V housekeeping rooms to let. Electric 
light, bath, hot and cold. 81J-817 Fort St. 



Apply 
evKntngs; 



'ANTED_A .NURSERY GOVERNESS 
Apply .Mrs. J. H. H. MaUon. Mount 
Adelaide. Esqumw^v:: bslweeu the hours of 
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. - 



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HE.NRY RIVERS— PAINTER. GLAZIER, 
kalsomlner and paporhanger, 749 Mar- 
ket stret, Victoria, B. C. Estlmatea cheer- 
fully given on application. 



LODGES AND, SOCIETIES 



Ct lONTS' / CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED, 
X »-epalred and pressed; umbrellas- and 
parasols made, repaired and re-covered. 
Guy W. Walker, 708 Johnson St, Just east 
o( Douglas. Phone L -1267. 

YY'AH CHONG — LADIES' AND GENTS' 
V> dry cleaning, pressing and repairing' 
on Bhort notice. 1726 Governirient street, 
Victoria. , B.C.' . 

COAL AND WOOD. 



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E A H .S. J. — PAINTS, VARNISHES 
brushes; specialty ot wallpaper, the 
.newest patterns. Give me a call. Store 
1507' Douglsji street. Phone R-1084. 

HE MELftOSE CO, LTD., 618 FORT 8T. 
undertake every brKnrh of the painting 
and decorating business and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. 



BURT, GEO.- DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of wood and coal. Delivered to any 
part ot city, at current ratea Phono 82B, 
yards. 735 Pandora. , ., 



C^O TO J. E. GRICE TO GET YOUR FALL 
X ordorB. Wood, piled In yard or lot be 



tore cutting, 
or over. Tel. 



Miasuie guaranteed. In cords 
149. 



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ALL &.WALKER WELLINGTO.N COL- 



Blacksmlth's and Nilt Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tel. 83; 128^ Government St. 



Kl.N'GHAM. 
BROAD 



■ OFFICE 1208 
St. Coal dfellvered to any part. 
of tho city at current rates. Phone $47, 
"Wharf, toot ot Chatham St. . . ■ . 

IiAlSTKH. .1. K. A SONS— Cl)Al>, WOOD 
and bark of nne'sl quality at current 
tates. Try our new and. specially -pp^-pared 
rut coBlB. Phone 686. OttlO* 6^ CorJuor- 
• nt St 



PATENTS AND LKOAl. 



ROWLAND BRITTALV, REGI8TERKD 
Attorney. Patents In »ll cryuntrlea 
Falrfleld building, oppfeslta S. O., Vancou- 
ver. ' ■ '. . . 



O. F. COURT NORTHERN LIGHT 
No. 6935, meets nt Foresters' Hall 
Broad street, 2nd and «il> Wednesdays. 
F. Fullerton, secretary. 



A. 



w. 



K. 



OF p.. No. .1, FAR W^ST 
Friday, K. of P. Hall, cor. Douglas 
and Pandora streeU. J. L. Smith, K. of R- 
and S. Box 64 4. ^ 



IBmE '^P^J^ZIJL 



SONS OP ENGLAND. B. R. ALFIXANDRA 
Lodge 116 meets 1st and 3rd Wednes- 
day K. ot P. Hall. VV. Appleby, Foul Bay, 
President; J. Crltchley, Secretary, Sidney, 
B. C. 



s 



rHJMBINO AND OASFITTINO 



/ iOLBEHT PLUMniNO & nF;ATING COT. 

V_7 l,td For flrat i\Ae» workniRnnhlp In 

the above lln.i give us a t"iai. Teiliporary 
office 755 Broughton St,, Phono 052^ 

POTTERY WARE, ETC. 



SEWER PIPE; FIELD TILE. GROUND 
Fire Clay. Flower Pots, eti* B, C, 
Pottery Co.. Lt*.,"t::CTr Broad and I'andora 
Sts. Victoria. B. C. 

lafeAL ESTATE AGENTS 



, CUEA-MEHIiKS AND DAIRIES 



KOYaL DAlllY— CUEAJIKHY BUTTER, 
Ice cream, milk and buitermUk; re- 
liable for quality and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas St.. or Phone 188. • 



HERBERT A CO.— "BAR- 

Morla Real 

timber and fruit lands. 616 Fort St.' 



-M/THBERT 

gains Victoria Real Estate." Invest., 



in<*ntB. 

I'hone 1810. Cable addreBS. ■'trulhberl. 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS— REAL E8- 
, tate. loans, timber, mines and rentals. 
Offices Vancouver, New Westminster and 
Victoria. 619 Trounce Avenue. Phone 646. 



ON8 OF ENGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 

Lodge, A.- O. F. Hall. Broad street, 

2nd arid 4th Tuesdays. President C. Porn, 
oroy, 'Victoria West. Secretary, W. Dawsotl, 
Head Street, Esqulmalt^ ______ 

S~OCIBTY FOR THB^PR:EVENTI0N OF 
cruelty to Animals. Office 1211 Broad 
Btreet. Phones, Inspector Russel, 1921. sec- 
retary L2343. . _ 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



\\tanted--oenerAl servant at the 

VV B C. orphanage. Hillside Ave. Apply 
to the matron between 2 and 6 or 6 and 8 
p.m. - , . 



THIRTY MORE SBWINO MACHINE OP- 
oratorB wanted, electric power ma- 
chines, eight hour Jay, union wages. Be- 
ginners taughL Apply Turner Beeton & Co., 
factory corner ot Bastion Snd Wharf streets 
Victoria. . . , 



\\ WANTED.— DRESSMAKING APPRENTI- 
>V cea Apply Mra Angus, Srd floor 



I.^URNLSHED ROO.MS. 8V2 GORDO.V ST.. 
near Kmpr«;ss hotel. 

1ST YOUR BOARD AND ROOMH-AVITH 
ua Warbtirton & Go.,. 1006 Government 

street. . „ • 



rOULTRV AND LI^TISTOCK 



rpo SPEAK FRENCH OR GER.MAN IN 
JL three months; Improvement on Berlitz 
method. Trial ( lesson free,, 1309 Stanley 
avenue, phone R1641. . ■ 



VICTORIA WINDOW 
721 Fort street, phone 
taken by week or month. 



CLEANING CO., 
4 91. Contracts 



,JTA.MP1NG FOR 
,'our own ma 
I'urner, 817 Fort stre-lft. 






FANClT WORK ON 



X\. ai: 

tlvo minutes from city hall. 12,800; on easy 
terms. App ly 880. Princess avenue. 

ORT STREET— READ THIS :— 120x1 20 

on corner, close' In, with Bplcndtd bulld- 

IngH going up all around It, with two small, 

buildings, 2 to 6 years to pay for balance, 

$20,000. Pemberton & So n, 614 Fort Btreet. 

!\UR SALE — A FULL SIZE LOT IN BS- 
qulmalt, $800 cash. Box 113, Co.lonlat. 



^,' 



M 



WILL SELl^-LOT 8 
Albernl, tor original price, JS'ifl 



cosh, balance Over 27 
H. W.. Colonist. 



BLOCK 88, PORT 

$200 

months at 6 i'-.-r eynt. 



$r AAA f"t>^^ ■*■ ^'^^ 8-ROOM HOl'fll 
e.),UUU facing Beacon Hill park, one 
block from cars; burlayed walla, Bildlng 
doors built In sldcbttard: dumb waiters or 
lifts from basement; bathroom, etc; cement 
door In basement; furnace, etc. Pem"berton 
& Son. 614 Fort street. 



t/TEOLIN, FLtfSPiS-AND HARP 
V Green 



.MR. DAN 
(tiate Sergt. Soloist, and teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Baud) au^ Lon- 
don -ewtte^Ma,- etc. Desires pupils. 1065 
Richmond avenue. 



ATRS. U. E. BAKER, TEACHER ,t>F ELO- 



siri^et. 



rution and expression, 1202 Vancouver 



T.NTERNATIONAL EMPLOY.MKNT AG^N- 
X ey. Wm. VVtt1ne,~Tnttnag«r, 71) Alexander 
street Vancouver, B.i;,. Phone 6486. If you 
need good' reliable help you must get Ihem 
from a reliable man whose .reputation will 
bear strict Investigation.. 



YY^ANTED TO E.KCHANtJE— TRAINED 
>V Irish Bettor dog (pedigree) for sport- 
ing rWle In good condition; automatic pre- 
ferred. Apply 214 Colonist^ . 

1,10R~SALK — A 4-YEAR-OLD. BAY QKLD- 
- Ing, broken to saddle; make a splendid 
buggy horse, 16 hands; also a young Hack- 
ney bay colt, li months; has a making of 
a very One animal. Apply E. H. 'Williams, 
Cobble Hill, P<)B^ Office. , 



rpWO <>OOD MIU-'H COWS FOR SALE. 



Apply P. O. Box «02. 



EEMOVAL NOTICE— B. C. HARDWARE 
Co., Ltd.. have removed their farm Im- 
plements, buggies, wagons. etc., to 733 
Johnson street, cast ot Douglas street. 



QTUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RE- 
O quired tor land clearing, logging etc.. 
Free trial. Prices and terms apply Tho Du- 
crest Stump Puller and. Tool manufacturers, 
466 Burnslac road. Victoria B. C. 

EMOVA.lI NOTICE — THOMAS CATTER- 
all, bulldk«r and general contractor, has 
removed lu Htll Fun alruet, above Quadra. 
Tel. H'iO. * 



GOOD LAND FOR SALE— FIFTY MILES 
from Victoria on E. & N. Railway eapy 
to clear, close to good market, closi to 
school and churches. Will cut up to suit 
purchaser from ten acres up, land adjoining 
held twice tho price I am asking. Also 
good sovcnty-flvo acre farm, as a going 
concerns, can show fifteen per cent on 
money Inveslod. If you mean business 
wrlle tor parllculara No agents need apply. 
Box 95-3 colonist. 



d>-inPEH .MO.VTH MARKS PAY.MENTS 
tlpJUon a $200 lot, cleared' and ' nil; i tared. 
:!'., Mocks from cars; 60 |ier cent l-:i.i been 
made In ono v.-oek In resales In I,'»L'^fl*'£^ 
T'eoiberton at Son., 614 Fort slroet. "^ 



1»EAD T. 
.V liurnp 



YY^J^-'^TKD TO 
V»' pony suitable for 
cheop. Box 204 Colonist 



PUH*.:HA^E— A S.MALL 
cart; must be 



T.iOR SALE— BLACK. MINORCA COCKER- 
X* ela, $1 each. Apply 2639 Prior street 
between Hillside and Kings road. 



ANTED— DRESSMAKING APPRE.NTl- 
ces.. Apply -Mlsa ^McMillan, 3rd floor 
Spencer's ■^ ^ ' 



W^ 



SIXCATIONS WANTED— MALB 



]«, fall 



and wlntor situation; 



pleasant outdoor life required; good 



B^^^. ,_ ._._ . 

ill grummar, composition, punctuation, type- 
writing optional but preferred. Olve a 
phone number for Friday noon. Box 198 
I'olonlst. " 



MAN AND \ 
conducting 



,^Nr.LlSH SET'TER DOG, NINE MONTHS 



E"' 



old. for sale, 11157 Gamma sti'eot. 



'ANTED— PONY OR LIGHT DRIVING 
e sound, 
or phone R900 



VV 

Hillside avenue 



T,"\OR SALE— B.NGLISH BETTER PUP- 
-L pics, six months' old; Lowen property. 
Enquire on Gorge, E. Carroll. 



-iriOR SALE -TEAM, A'BOUT 1860 LBS. 
-I- Apply Copeman. Kcatlngs P. P.. 



TKTEHINARY HOHOOL8 



CJAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COL- 
io lege, Catalogue mailed free. Dr. 
Iveone, 1818 Market st reet, .S.F. 

BUSINESS CHANCES. 



ADVERTISER iteSlRES (^PRNINO FOH 
self, and $2,000 In genuine concern; no 
gambleir; expert stenographer and accoun- 
tant; steady hftblts; highest Canadian r>-(er- 
ehres. Apply Box 182, Colontst. 



H 



DRA YMEN 

KANBT. JOSliTpH — ' OFFICE 66 Wharf 
Birert. Telrphono 171. . 



V 



K'TORIA TnL'CK 
Telephone 13. 



AND DRAY CO.— i 



DYE WORKS 



Be STEAM DVE WORKS— THE LAR 
. gesl dyeing and cleaning works In tho 
province. Country orders solicited. 
200 J C Renfrew, proprietor^ 



Tel. 



tTai'iL'.S STEAM DVE WORKS -318 FORT 
X street Wo clean, press and repair 

indies and gent*<.men's garments equal to 

liaw. I'lione 62>r__ , '\ ., . ., . . _ 

=iTlCTORlA^ STi^AM DVB WORKS. S14 
V Fort streot; telephone 717. Ladies- 

end Gentlrmeii'sgarnij^r.ts cl >.anod or dyed. 

WJM^lTjANS'^fc^K^ 

'tFiOOt""* TUSON. '" K 1 . EC'flt I r A 1 . < •< )N- 
F tractors Motor boats, gasoline engines. 
ij-.rtne A -1446, 73.'. F..rt Bt^^ 



POTTS. - HOWARD A. G.— RKAL Es- 
tate, Financial and "flmber agents. In 
bunInoBB In Vbiorla for over twenty years 
office 636 Fort street 



rpHACKBELL. ANDKRSO.N A CO— REAL 
X estates, timber loans, rentals, coUectloni 
Offlcos: Rcginn, Sask., and Vlctorla,_B. C. 
(Jftlcc; 1210 Hroiid St. I'hono 1722. 



BAILiVlAKEHS 



'TEUNE A BRfJ , SAILMAKKRS, TENTS. 
eJ awnings, yi'np furniture. Warehouse 
570 JoUiiBor* Jit Phone 795. 

STENCJL AND SEAL ENOKAVING 

■ _»_ 



HALE—A, 



PAYING 



house. Apply 62.1 Simcoo stfeet. 



ROOM INC 



I>tJUMlNG HOUSE AT LADYHMTTH. 12 
l\i rooniB, J'rioo $500, three year lease. 



g rooming and boarding 
hoiiB-. want position In city or Coiintry. 
Reply Ibl ColorilBt. ., «______ 



WANTED WORK— MAN IN CITY W'ANTB 
VV work driving team or on fruit farm, 
near city; used to horses, 184 ColohUt. 



SITUATIONS WANTED — FEMALE 



dkhireV 



1,->NG1.1S11 G ENT>KWt>MA.N 

XlJ p,,«t In achooi; excellent ......... 

German acquired abroad. 213 f 'i lonlBt. 



KESPECTABLE M1DI>LBAGKD ^^WO-MAN 
wlshe* housework, washing or Ironing, 
two or three/ half days each- week. Apply 
Box 196, t.'olonlst. ' . ' 



T.^XPkRIENCED LADY 8TENOORAPHEU 
1.J wniils position 1 forenoons only. Apply 



Box 196 Colonist. 



v\ 



tanted by an elderly lady whc 



IrVOR. SALE— GOOD GENERAL PU-«P08R 
. quiet bay hor»c. about 1160; work 
single or double. Apply after 6 p. m. Camp- 
bell. Beaumont P. O. " . 



.-TOR SALE -SEVERAL FRES'H COWS 
Apply ooklands Dairy. 



GREEN HOUSES- FLAT BOTTO.M BOATS, 
lung ladders, stepr. meat safe, dog 
bouseB In stock and made to order. Jones. 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Paciory, lOOJ ! ''*'°'""' 
Vancouver and Yates street. 



IrtOR SALE— SMALL ACREAGE OVBR- 
. looking (JoWlchan Bay. opposite hotel. 
A splendid location for fishing and shooting 
box. Easy terms. For price and partlou- 
lars . P.O. Box 785. 

THIS-FOR SALE OFF THE 
slde road, close to Portage ii,U t 
and proposed line. 17 acres at $200, a snap. 
Holmes, BurnBldo greenhouses, strawberry 
Vale, P.O. . 

MALL FA R.M— SOUTH pAANICH, IW 
miles from Victoria on main road, 11 
seres, pretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
painted Inside and out. spring water on 
house, barns. Btables, five chicken houses, 
too fruit trees. 1.000 strawberries, kitchen, 
garden, all small fruits, about six acr.-B to 
oats and peas and seeded down to clover 
and grass. 60 chickens, ducks, three Incu- 
bators, brooders, good family cow and a 
quantity of farm Implementa A -genulns 
going concern. $5,000 takes Immediate pos- 
session. Price $7,000. 10 years to pay ths 
Apply J. K. Colonist office. 



X-y^ 



FOB SALE— MISCELLANEOVS 



iriOR _SALE— LIGHT 4-WHEEL- WAGON, 
$2.0. Apply 41 Ontario street. 



TJIOR SALE, CHEAP,. LADY'S BICTCLE. 
X In Kood i-ajiatr. Apply 



I 



nlat. 



i^OR .SALE— A SLIDE TROMBONE, B 
flat, and case. Apply' »2» North 
Park street, r 



L 



QUARTER PI 
camera for 



ivmera for sale. Rosi» lens Iso scroen, 
cost $35; take $20. P. O. Box M3. 



T.-'IOR SALE BY TENDER— HEAVY TEA.V 
S-. of Bay Mares, .genuine, 7 .and R yearo 
old; tlVe Je.rsey milking cdws in good condi- 
tion; three heifer calveB, 4, 6 and 6 numths 
old; -ttrrn*! Berkshire pigs. Will bo sold be- 
fore August 12, In ohf! lot or S'parato to 
■sun tVurcliiisfrr. *f}: Sptinc<<T; SaalilChtoU, 
Turgoose, I'ostofflce. 



IVY 



3j10R SALE— LIGHT AND IIEj^V 

? fioracs,' 4 and u years old. also a good 



pony. 



SALE— LIGHT 
ss,' 4 and u yet 
J- U. >lcKuy. Keating. P. O.. Snunlch. 



SUMMER RESORTS 



rent $20 per month, 
stroet. 



Room ^, 115 Vates 



SPLENDID OPKNTNG FOR A'SOBER l.V- 
' dustriops blacksmith and wooawiJfAi'T. 
newly' built shop will ha rented to tiio right 
person. For further particulars apply to L 
O. Demers. Colwood, Oak Dell Park. 



57TOR 'ftALB- 
Slnuoe Btroet, block 29. !"t 20 triangle 



GENERAL ENGRAVER AND STKNCIL 
Cutler, Geo. Crowther, 12 Wharf St., 
behind Post Office. 



TTaWKINH a HAYWOOD, 728 YATES 
li 8t El-ctrlclans', all kinds of supples 
;^,7M«d ■ installations at.d ^';l>""-;. P;""^„ '^ 

Mvefriirtn THE COLQNIST 



SAND AND ORAVBL 

■ ORavbl 



Be. SAND 
JoluiBon St. Tel. 1388. Washed ar 



CO.--FOOT OF 
nd 
graded sand ; gravel for mricrete work. De- 
livered by team or oi\ scows at Royal Bay. 

""TiE~LiN fcii 1 aSlscott HASV & < 1 it A veT, 



T 



gravel, graded; broken rook, black soil, etc. 
Phones: Ofllce, 664; Manager, 2198; Pits, 
1, 1861. 



SHORTHAND 



S^ 



:jHOiFiTHAND 8CHOOL--lfOa BROAD ST.f. 

Victoria ' Shorthand. Typewriting, 

Itnnkk' eping, T^lJigrB ph y thoroughly taught 
v;raduates till good poBltlons. E. A. 
i inllisn. principal. 



LAUNDRY AND LOT ON 
ck 29. lot 
Bhnpe. Price $3,70 0. Apply 1709 Govt SI. 

KINO F.I)WABD HOTEL 

\\fK 'a rucTiNS'r 

V V' uior of the 



INSTRUCTED BY THK KXE( • 
EHlftte art the Inle J«m""» 
Hollln to offfr.- for sale the lirpns.-d prron- 
l»es known nt thn King Edward Hotel, J-'ort 
Alli»rnl. The property ronslsts of a double 
corner willi K'f, feet froirntgn on Argyie 
Bireel and 1I6 feet fronlnfte on First nvenue. 
The hoti«l is a new 3-»iory building, con- 
taining 2'! bedrooiiiB, dinlngroom, ladles' and 
g.-nll'-men's private sitting rooms, l<itriieii, 
I'.-ird room, bar nnd liquor room, and Is 
( rMoplelely riirnlsliMil throughout. 'J'hn King 
F.dward ilntel Is one of the two licensed 
bouses In I'orl Ali.ernl and is iiingninr»ntly 
Bilirated In the lonrt nftlie town r.iminiuiil. 
Ing a view of the harbor nri.l ntoiinlHlns 

For further nrulieuhirs apply to 

,CAH"MICIIAEl. .% MOfihHEAD. T'td,. 
Port Albernl and chancery Chambers. 

i ■■-,■ :..^-r *.-.•• :--* ■ Vlrlnrla. ft. C. 



traveling companion, tor whose services a 
consideration Is offered. Address, replies to 
Itox 122, Colonist. 

ANTBD—DAILX WORK OF ANY 
kind- Mrg. (,'., 246 Superlpr street. 



VV 



rot ;«<.4.- KiNG LISH..- UAUY. -lajaSlRES -.JL'CI.t.. 



afternoon. French and Spanish. 
Colonist. . 

TKACHBRS WANTED. 



Box 54. 



A PPLICATIO.VS WILL 



HE re(;etvei> 

by Iho utlder.ils.n>irt up till Stuurday. 
August 20, for the posltltm of naslstant 
iPBcher of East Ward school, Sidney, H. C.. 
Balary $60 per .mpn th. ; JSTanlt .J. M.. Nnrrlj. 
Bocfptni-y. " ^" ■'" " ' 



SCHOOL DISTR1CT_.THE 
board of trustees Invites appUcnt loiis 
for poBi of lenrhee pularv Jfifl month Ad 



K 

)r ptiBl of len<-her, salary $50 ni< 
dress secretary, VValt)-r I'aterBon, Koksllah, 
Vnneouv 



OtCSlLAH 

truste 
f len<-her, salary $50 month 
f'tary, V\ 
prjjaland 



BUEN A VISTA .HOtKL,' cdwICHAN, BAY 
under ne'W manngenient, good ' boating, 
ba'lhlng und flslilng. Hotel carriage mcas 
trains at Cowlohah station. For terms apply 
T L. Forrest, Corflold P. O., B. C. 



I.'^OR SALE— S.MALL STEAM 
. condition, 1025 McCaskjlll strocf, Vic- 
toria. ' ** 

SALK— MtJTOR ' LAUNCHES O? 
•h. p. ot) 3Sx7; 
Buffalo, four cylinder engine on £0x5,Jtwo cyl 
Indor- engine; 



TWR 

X* 21x6 Fairbanks engine. 



102 Colonist; phone 2422. 



WA5JTED— ;XO RENT. 



trANTED-^FURNISIimD ROO^^ ti^EN- 
,■ • .-livl traveler; state 

M.Ht. . 



WJA.sil'.l' 1" IU..NT— SMALL, MOD- 
VV em (iottago, tor couple; close In; or 
ono block from car; reaBonttble; permanent, 
lafi Colonist. ■ 



(»»>i'rA.ND $10 MONTHLY t'AYS FOR A 
«ir*-»> $200 clpflred and cultivated lot In 
Parkdale. Lots on equal distance from ihi» 
proposed car line are held at $9O0. This 
subdivision Is only 3^ blocks rrorh .-Tars 
Lots half mlh» further out sold for $\.0 
eoch. Only twelve of tl^ original 65r. lots 
left. New block on rvljfkpt at $225 e.ich. 
ivmberton & Son.. CU^'Tort street. 

BBAL C9TATB 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

Room 7, Mahon Blk. 1112 Govrrnment St 

Tsl. 161 1. 




®1 liwi H-i" cv.'JII, BALANCE AR^ 
qpl,xUU ranged, purchnses four lots, 
each 4ii.xi70. close to car line and TrHhm--' 

the mill' a nd one-half cirrle, ■ 

OPPORTUNITY— A I'ROFIT- 
le grocery lulsln.ss: good Btore, fix- 
tures and dwelling houHe, $l,r,0(> h«ndl«« 
thiH proposllloh. Th.' pric e tg right. - , 



BUSINK.SS 
abl 



VV 



TANTED— FURNISHED' ROOM, «UIET,- 



$.),(")() cieared. 400 fruit treea; small 
sn« birds; situated Just five 



housi'; lifirn. 

.mileH from town. , In-v eallgnte this 



UCKLAND park, west PENDER I8L- 
and. Seaside summer resort, a few 
Rates $1.00 per day. VV. 



guests taken 
Grimmer. 



DERHAVARAGH — ESQUIMALT ROAD; 
roa'd. large gordon, beautifully slluat- 
ea;"ItF(ir-nrff.'~-On oar line. Terms moder- 
ate. Phono L72II. - — - 



LOST AND JIODND 



full particulars, 
nist. 



Address BoK 202 Colo- 



\\7ANTEP.~,E'™N1SHBD HOUSE, 
VV OT seven-, roomri; "nioderato rent, 
ply E, H.. 200.1 Cameron street, city. 



SIX 
Ap- 



LOST— BROW^ ..PURSE. SATURDAY, 
containing rough. '^'a'paTsr* "1*ltm.Bf< *ia.urj; 
to Mrs. Crosneld . King Edward .hatjU. . _ . 

VICLNITY OF 
keppsoke. 



f OST— SILVER BROOCH 

XJ Gorge nn<i Garbally „ i oads 

Reward 74 8 Market etroct. 



AI'l'LJCATIO.N'f 



rpKACHKIt WANTED 
X will bo rucelVBd until the lOlh 



A'lgust for tho poBltlon of (Irsl hUSUlaTft of 

the Ladysmllh public schools; salary $100 

will bo received pntll the 10th of 

perlrnce, .etc. N,-A~ ...M.orrlionL^f-cr^tarjr^^ 

""'""" "or fe- 

Clayoqiiot 
district, B. C., AppLv to Jnmes Hclman 



rpE Af -H KR W A NTKD (MA LK 
JL- -male) for ' the rural school. 



App 
». M 



C. 



"*"1 Subscribe for TH: COLONIST 



secretary. Toflr^R 
^tT/A NT Elil^'E^ 

ply 0. E. 



u 



LIGHT 



BAY 



MARK, 



O.ST -ON F, 

branded B. X. on left should.T. Ueward 
$10. Notify J. Lock, phon.i ll?.l. ' 



LOST— NUGOET BRACELET. BETWEEN 
View, VaWcouvcr, Fort and Govern- 
nienf. streets. 



Reward 1046 Vl»w street. 



I OST-LARGB HAliL TITJO. 
IJ ivt 201 Colrmlst. 



HFrWAlrtD 



T>OOMS WANTED FOR DELEGATES TO 
Jii tho B. c. "'iirlBlUin Enileiivor C on.ven-, 
tlon horo August 10-lS; single and double, 
rooms needed. Write giving nil partlculavH 
and pric e to Rev. H. A. Carson . Drawer 5. 4. 

V\ TANTED — A SMALL FURNIKH-RD 
VV house, two or throe miles from city. 
A. W. .lones. Ltd 

VV 

ranch. 



HERBERT S. LOTT 

Phone Ll'i24 Board of Trade Bldg. 



INE-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. FIVE 
mlnulcB from car; seven-eighths Of an 
acre; stable; 11 poultry yards; fruU trees, 
etc. I'rlc }.|,500, 



N' 



TANTBB TO RENT ON LEASE FOR 1. 2, 
,3 years, cliloken 01' small fruit 
Apply Box 169 Colonist. 



iiOO.'W AND BOARD. 



OLLTE8~-7&S. CCIURTNEY (LATE RAR) 
Roo 
Miss Hall. 



moderate 



h^^ 



GOVERNMENT 



rjAXENnrHsT, 

io Bir-et. rloBB pRrllament buildings, under 
new innnugem.oit. Is pinco for home com 
fortB, also tahlo board; sure gatlafactlon 
worth a trial, Phone 241L 



OdMS AND BOARD, TERMS MODER- 
Angel Hotel. Lsngley street, op- 

court hoUHe. 



ROt.lMl 

posit 



SCOTTISH REALTY CO. 

Koom ». Challoner Block, TMM .««'••». 
oszt bank. Phona 14««.^.^ .-..^ . -.. 

-j j-v/\ ACRES OF SPLENDID LANC^yWC 
I "\l miles from f'thvlchan station and 
half a mllo from Cowlchan wharf, 40 
ncrPB under cultivation; good__ new house; 
Inrge barns; well watered. 
terms arranged, 



Prica 110,000; 



ACRES ON SOUTH PENDER JSLAND 
p now, well buiTt t-ablfi, tnrer'iorsw 
slashed and poi-tly cleared; 10 or 40 seres 
or fine lend.' nearly quarter of ft mil* water- 
front; good bescla; good water! gwtendld 
g and nshltig. Price only U.OOfl; on 
erms. 



(>B 



■ boottef 
ortBy Te 



0/\ ACRES OF GOOD LAND. NO 1»4^CK, 
0\f good water supply, 11 acrei »l*sh"d. 



L 



OST- OR .tTRAYBD, FRO.M 2644 QUA. 
dra street, black and while c.dlle pup 



s<"hool. 
Aheri 



SaUry fSO per month. .\v>- 
in •ccrelaxy. 



LOST — DIAMOND AND KATPHIRE SC.ARI 
pin; liberal reward: Box 883 Colonist. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



W A NTK D— RO O M AND HOAnP 

GENT..LEM'AN and two nAUGIlTF.HS 
require furnished h'oiise or three rooins, 
flak nay or Dallns road prf■(^rr•.'d. Box 
20b Colonist. 

W^ANTRD— ROfiM AND BOARD IN J 
VV privnie family, for lady out all day, 
wllhln ten minutes of postofflco; state 
tfrrms, 95, Colonlft, 



sinrtU house, 

$2,500, 



clojib to station. Price only 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Sstate, Iniuranoe, Money t« ti«*n, Kta. ' 
Phona 1&2L Law Cham bar* BMUon 81. 

IjlABM LANDS— IMFROVBO. WILU EX- 
change good farmg In Manitoba to? 
city property. Several Victoria home* tet 
Ml* (It raa«oa»bla priCM Wl4 t«ff«M> ^ 



*,' 



.,.^ai^^mlhitiieti^^imiY*ra'M>i!m^ 



,'.«A,(Stf*!(»HWWF»t'-- 



■mpWMMwq 



!>(|>i i MMlill>i>i< i.« iiMiitfi'.i<»t> 



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■» ■«#••» ■" -i-lWItftw""!!! ■• 



aj^-lj l iiiH* »*-«tr»f^ Vi«^o^p^<w« **'«j'^ "•-• - » 



pill^miiiilipp 



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Wadnvadly, Auguat 10, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



17 



■■■(' 



CdNDlNSED ADVERTISING 

RKAL t4l-r4TB— <CoBt,) 



LEEANDFRASER 

Heal EatBte and InnnnMlc* AC«ot«. Ii^iun^a 
Avenue. 

-WII.L FURC'HASE A> BIX 
roomed, mode/ii house on Clar- 



$4500 

tnvty siri'ft. 



$1200 
$2500 



FOR TWO Oqoli LOTS 

it> CO' 



— y.Ni.Y 

on Moiitrtal »tiort 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

COMPANY, I.TU. 
Comrr Broad aod Vletr SIrreU. 



Bearh 0rlv». onp block from Oak Bay, 
$l,-'O0; un«-thlrd cash, baJ-ance . 6,, 12 and 
18 monthi. 



^JAANICH 

>J for quick »«le. $4,jr,0 



WATRRFnoNT— 1 6 H 

Icrini. 



A<"R KB, 



-FOR A, KIVK HOOMEt> CO'l*- 
\a%e. clciBi? In. un CDlllnsim St. 

'It i (\i\i\ Wll.rr" Ul.V TWO LOTS •■ ON 
iJp'iUUU KliiKSion »treet. h »?ood buy. 

galov 

.jixodgin. In, tYjaia.,- ri'H-P(;jCij. 



Sr^O.^A ONLY-^FOR 
t.Jj,^0\J yd bungalow on Mehisica fltreut. 



,$1500 



-KOn A LOT VVKf.t^ SITUATED 
on Hfirblnifer avenub. 




asE 



COLLISION CASE 



Mr, Justice Martin Issues Writ- 
ten Reasoiis for His Decision 
,:,ln_.Jiayoi ^of; the Tug . Bar- 
'muda Against. -Ctiarmer ', 



r 



A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 



TEN Ar-RES— VERY i"m>Ii:B PROP- 
«riy, within, three mlleg of city hall. 
irto«'^M.200, 






:04 Yatea t$tr«et. 



Fhcas 1S8A. 



Qfk ACRES, FACING ON MAIN ROAD, 



S3. 200. 



iy(\ LOTS A'l 

— U fin.- V 



\T fi&l) PKH LOT, HIUH, DRY. 
lew. Koud land. 



C. H. RICHARDSON 

61S Fort Strcel, Room 1, I'lietalrs 



s 


EVISNTY 


ACRES, 


WITH 


GOOD 


COT- 


taee. 


atnblt) 


and 


chicken 


houae. 


only 


•evpn mllci 


from 


c\\y. 


good roadi. good 


wat- 


or, 


nlcu loci 


tl'in. 


.-hi- up 


$j.rtoo. 







T,''ERNAVOOn ROAD — .s-IX-ROOM .HOUSE. 
-T t.lOO ca»h, balance an rptl t at 7 p er ceh_t 



'vrs I,.'., «<oo cnsli, balance J.iO month- 
l.v. T prr rent. 

T"voi;gt,as strebt bungalow. ;s i .\ 

J-' rooma. Ihrf-e-quarlern acre. $2,600; cash 
JSOO. balance b. is monihs ar"" 



I^'^DWARD ST 
-^ two ■trtr*-y 
ance to suit 



REKT. VICTORIA "WEST. 

y house. $3,000 



1,->AIRFIELD 
—Olive ■ 



EW T.ROOJLHOl.'rfE, FfL-tA'-MODERN, 

(•a»Tr"$«0; ti8t--i--'=* — Ktn-g^-TTmrt., close' In; lot B5n135. 

Pr+ce-*3."00;- ntiarter cash;- baiaflcir -n«-i'cMU. 

' ■ ■• very UfTit 



ESTATE, NEAR eAR LINE -tnra— l8~r?ii>IPP'''1 "'.'h a Kood-f utnace and 



$700 each: 



ireel. four lota each fi0xl20. 
cBBh JlfiO at $10 month. 



VBLOTK or EIGHT I.OT.S NEAR DAL- 
las rriad. on Moss afreet, each lot Is 
E^xl.lB. Price $4,400; averaRe $5&5> each. 



^~ PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 

rcral Katate. Timber and In^araui/* uuejila. 
HI? Broad S(. I'hone :.';)'IL 

■["VUCHEPS STREET— FX)1:R L.\RGE LOTS 
X" for sale, eaoh 6n»12.0. belw»<H\ lisighton 



and Fori a I re eta. 
If rm« 



for $700 eaob, QU' !e-iay 



FARM — .34 .ACREH. Ii'INlSST. . OF. SOIL, 
cleared, under crop, good hoiise and 
oulbulUllnpa. conaldcrnble stock, four miles 
from city. $1.1,000. Kood tern.s. 



rpUlRTKliX ACRES, FINE SOIL. NEARLY 
JL nil il.;ircd. nli-e new houae, good niit- 
buVldlnsB. good orchjird. a barenln at J8.500. 



THE CAPITAL CITY:::REALTY 

(O.MI'VNV. 

Real Khiate I inan<'lal uud lnKiirance Agents 



IMione .'JH-J 



HIH Vnlr« alreel. 



This fuTu 



TfaTTIVlSn-.-'d In the 



cement floor in cellar. 



WC) GOOD LOTS. DAVIE Sl^ITEET. 
close to Oak' Bay avenue. Price 
$1.20(5; good termir 



T^ 



LOT 5'.'xlJ5. GRAHAM STREET: 
view; $635'; (<^rm.». , _ 



GOOD 



HiNKSON SIDDALL & SON 

p. p. Box vn New Oran« Tbeatr* BuUdlar 
Tel. 849. 



119 



ACRES WITH NICE WATERFRONT 
)?aanlch Arm. near Mill Bay. $.^0 
per acre. 

"V'ICE I>OT. DALLAS ROAD. <>Sxl30; price 
jA $1,365; terms to suit purch{iaer. 



s 



1 -n Ai-RES. 

i-L-.^X. front 



In, the CiisR of the sloainer t'fmnnrr 
\s. the'Tng Berinuda on account ul' a 
oollisiun Ht the t-n,trance .to, V'ancouver 
liVirlKa-' in ■ ■PccGmhpr,-- IMS,''" in which 
ji.i(lKnie:tt was givk'n In favior of!, the 
tiiKiinat. -Mr. Juslicn Msirtlnihas Rivfii 
the fullo'Aing writtt'ii reH.son.s I'or hitt 
juilgjncnl: 

Marlin, Lo. J. A.: In Ihls ucllon 

the ownurs oi: the sleain.>ihiri- Charmer 
(.Master, It. ,A^„ JtunttT) seek, to re- 
I'over (Uiimtiaresi |r<>n> -the' oAvners o£ 
the tug Hermuciu ( Mastec_R — R- 
Clark) liin-auae of it collision which 
occurred between the Lwoj vessels 
about twelve or fifteen, minutes after 
one o'cloolc in the uftcrnoou of the 3ril 
December. I'.IOS, in the_E-il>t :.Narro\vs 
at the entrance to V'ancouver Harbor. 
The clay was clear and calm, wlili a 
flocKl tide -of about two knot.«. 

The ISermuda had ^ large barKr, 
containing 510 lolia of coal, secu red 
to her port bow. prxjjecting fnrwaid, 
and came up the channel toward.s 
l-lrc>ctet«n- PotiU on her prop.er course, 
viz., a little south of mid-channel, at 
a -speed of about three knots, or with 
the tide, five knots oVer the -ground. 
The Charmer left her vvhart In Van- 
.cduver Harbor two minute.s after one 
by her time, anrf In entering the >rar- 
rows between Burnaby Shoal and 
Brockton Point, on a course N.W. by 
1 ., .. y ... g o j^g to cross -mid-channel and 

go out_ojLilJ« >•'• "'*'•' "f" ^^^ Narrows, 
she admittedly got a little too near 
the kelp oa Buniaby Shoal for safety. 
.uiiQa_avlilch,._as . h et: M a ater sgi-.s J p, J>. 
-ev+dte«ee) he hauled oft to port and 
"ran a little bit to get clear of It and 

then straightened up again the 

same as before." The Bermaida 

was Heal sighted about three cables 

distant and bearing about tyvo points 
o!T the Charmer's port bow; the Char- 
mer's speed being about nitie knots, or 
seven over tlie ground. At this junc- 
ture-sound alguals were necessary ac- 
cording to Article 28, but a strange 
and embarrassing dispute here arose 
(doubtless owing -ifl — an Intervening 
tug; the Edith> regarding the signals 
blowi) by the respective vessels, the 
Charmer contending that she blew 
one blast for the Bernxada. and the 
Bermn«da answered with two blasts, 
a cross signal;, biit the weight of-ev+- 
dence s,upports the contrary conten- 
tion of lh<! Be rmuda that she blew 
two blasts and the Charmer answered 
wlthnme. which 1 And to be the fact 
T.-VKK NOTICE that the iinrtner.-hip H<|,ig unfortunate mistake of the Chfir- 
heretofore subsisting between .)ohn|n„,r-^ Master aboyt the signals Is also 
Frasor and Jphri Morrison ai , Victoria, j i,„,)ortatit in sho'A'Ing not only that 



to «lgnals, after the Charmer began 
to Bwlng there would have been no 
eolllBion, but that It wan ca-uaed by 
iho Bermuda agalij changing her 
courite froni port to starboard when 
ttbouf'fiU or 70 yards distant from tlie 
Charmer. . ■•'. 

Both vessels toward tl)e last reversed 
their engines, but too late to jtvold 
„.4--U*e— t^W4*U>«,-l-h*>--»*"«w*p of the scow 
slrlk ng Lhti Charmer im her starbgard 
side abiHit 4ti or 50 I'eet from her 
stern. The reiiersal of the Uermuda'.i 
I'tiglnes necessarli.N- hud the effecl«''of 
tjrlnging her back to her original 
^course. Just before the moment of 
iliinpuct the. Beroiuda, pwvperty- -wem 
ahead (to avoid swriglng cross-wise 
to the cliannel) on tlio eliaiiee m' re- 
ducing the target and sliding paisl, in 
which she' was nearly Kiu-cessful, IjuI 
not quite. The Cluirmers Master 
ailmit,s (Kvidence pj). i.1-4') that after 
he blew his wlil-slle for tlve Bermuda 
he siiified his helm a little to port so 
as -to sw-ing.olt' to. sl.ar»t)'a."rd...but, cyn-, 
teii.ds that the < ■liarmer did "not have 
time to swing before the Bermuda 
blew. Iriere is clearly wliere serious 
iHiflculty first arose,' because In the 
llr.-^t place there is the. error aboat 
the Bermiida's~'Whlstle, which was, 1 
llnrl, blown llrst, and in Uu- second 
l)lace the Charmer's IVIaater., uniler- 
raied and in his evidenee-uwJ-ttl-y miixr.. 
imized the effect of porting his helm 
in the Hood tide. I amTixlvlHed by 
the Assessors that if the Charmer 
had continued umler .a iiort helm as 
indicated by her one, blast (in reply 
to the Ito'niiida's • tvvt) blasts) she 
would undoubtedly liave run clear of 
any possibility of collision. When 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A complete list of "Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Bpard at the main entrance to the City Hall. 




THE GARDNER REALTY CO 

640 Yates f;ii> it I'hon^" nrSi 

CJALOON FOR SAfvE— DOING HIGH 

i^ r la^ "iTBrttr -^n htfaliTea»--!tev^Hwr-(>f -^l»y v 
nice bar; coay -Coirner caril5-rorT;;,':-t-»rti"ffonrf 
elore rooms; seven roo-.na i....slalr8; nil 
newlv renovated. Owner takln.ir 'nrRer busl- 
wUl sell for i>iii.-li , . -ov. value to .\ 



ness, 

good tenant. Abo 

ihU. A siire llvl 



will h.ir.lh 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 

TAKK .N<»r"'K that the partnership 
lioretofore suJislsting between .S. L;. Wll- 
f.nn and J. Kennedy at Victoria. B, C. 
undpr the style of "The Victoria Gar- 
age" was dissolved on th e ' i Ot h day of 
July, 19M). and tliat the T^alct business 
will In the future be carried on by S. 
L. Wilson to whom all oiitstanding ac- 
counts are pavable and who will be re- 
sponsible for all llabilltle.«! In conhec- 
tton 'With the said buslnes.s. ,' ,, 

SYDNKY .1.. WILfSON. 

J. KENNKDY. 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 



her helm .was eventually pjii_t_.t_9._f_'.'i[! 

board,, having regard to "the' s,winglng-{ Robertson Company, Limited, 
of tjie slii|( under port helm aug- 



/ 

Tenders for 
andjtalls 

T,cndefs will be received bj vha 
undersigned up' to 4 p.m. oii.|ui- 
day, August 12, for building shed.^. 
and stalf-in Market yai\! as per 
plans .and 'specifications, . which 
can be seen at my offic^ City 
Hall. Lowest or an-yp.t£Jidiir,-noL 
ncGessarily accepted. \_^ ■"-■". 

~™ \\ 




CAVOsziXiATi;o>r or bbbextz. 



\VM, 



NORTHCOTT:— 
Building Inspect' 



Oompaniaa winding Vp Act, 1898. 

NOTICE 

Final meeting pursuant to Section 3? 
tp be held at the olflce of J. G. Klllolt 
on "titers 3rd day of August nt the .hour 
Of 3 p. m. to receive report and pass 
account of Liquidator of the Stuart 



NOTICE la hereby given that th? He- 
serve eilsllng on' crown land.'s / in tin: 
vicinity of Babli'« i-^ke, and situate In 
Ca.sKlar District, notice uf 'wlilcb bear- 
inK date June Suth. li(08. was pub- 
llelied in the Briiluh Columbia Giizelle, 
-dated Ju^ly 2nd, 190K, 1b cancelled. ■" '' 

'"rubi-.-kt a. uEN-wrcn<:, 

Deputy Cumntlsf-ioner of L.anda. 
I;nno"s department. Victoria, B. C, 

June 16th. I'JIO. , 




irOTIOE TO COWTBACTOKB. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

.J A A N ICH " A( ' R !■: ' lifVr"'lfEXfc"'lf8P' 

tate Obrnpan;. icres. Cedar Hill 

Listrici. splendid Bi'iuiuon for a horn.', 
good Bprlnp water, ftd.lofnlnK an Improved 
fruit farm, tquul to ahy In .Ihe, district. 
,1'rlce $4,000: easy lerms- 

!S. HALF! MILE , WATEU- 
nn the Ar-rn; flv^-room cut- } 
itaKe; Rood soil and pleiity of spring wate.-. | 
Jusi the spot for a surrlmer home, and \rin I 
Ibe valiinh'" as a fruit n.M poultrr. farm ; 40i| 
'trers planted and helarlng now. Act | 

\ qutckl''. ■ 



HEWLIIMGS & CO. 

>10» Broad Stro»L. J'Uons 17$4. 



B. C. under the style of "FrsBer -and 
Morrison,'' was dissolved on th« let 
day of August. 1910, and that the said 
bu.<ilnes9 j.vill In the future be carried 
on by John Morrison, to whom hH oul- 
standlni; accounts are payable and who 
wlil be responsible for al-l liabilities In, 
connection' with the said, bxisiness. 

JOHN FIlASKiR. 

JOHN MORBISON. 



May hard & Son 



AUCTIONEERS 



L\000 
$1,500 



cORSfcR LOT. OAK BAT Dis- 
trict. 120x100 feel. (^500 -cash.)" 

FOR TWO CORNER LOTS ON 
car line. , 

Jf> l\(\i\ f'OR HOUSE AND 1 <4 ACRES. 
<rO,lMil/ Victoria Arm (Pprtaga Inlet); 

'good '.lev, ; Kood well of waicr.' 

/"10RU0N HEAD ROAI>-— 28 'ACRES. $70( 
VT per acre. 

ONTREAL, STREBT, HOUSE AND LOT* 



Important Sale 



OF 



he was confused on the point but that 
he had the -ituantion of directing the 
Charmer's (;ourse cpntrary to that 
coprse which she actually signalled, 
and cbnsenT.ientl.v'^ it becomes very dif- 
Hcult to place reliance upon hla- evi- 
dence as regards her course after, the 
signals, or upon the means he- took to 
a\-ol(l the collision, or his opinion as 
to the relative positions and courses. 
f)f-t+m tw<v vessels. ■ In such clrcum- 
sta-noes it is hard to say what hla ex- 
act rnlenltons were^ acfiinfiLJJmt his 
nii:>d was wprking on the vfjry impor- 
tant erroneous assumption that he had 
blown two blasts instead of one. His 
contention Is that after the Bermuda 
blew her two blasts the Charmer put 
her helm hard a starboard and began 
ta4»winK tti port and continued so to 
swing J^lll the time of the collision, 
and that if the BermtTTC had con- 
tinued on her prtrt course, pursuant 



M 



$2,800. 



S4,500: 

1 ulri vnl ed. 



-PAANlCH DISTRICT. FOR 2( 
acres , with small house, ' partly 



1 fin -^CRBS. SPROAT LAKE. 4 
J-UU waterfront. $70 per acre. 



CHAINS 



/ riTV PROPERTY; (500D INVESTMENTS. 
' on l>ougla!<. .lobnson and Vatis street. 

CITY BROKERAGE 



Magnificent 

IRISH 
LINENS 



Under Instructions from J. P. Mur- i 
phv. Esq.. of Belfast, Ireland, we will 

sell , ' ■ ' 




TOLKON~At Kxeter. hirtglRnd. on July 
47U),-.tahn Watson Tolso.n, third sur- 
viving son of tlie late William Tolson, 

I l"a-/fley, Tamworth. 

Granite and Marble Works 

Monuni>.iits. . Tablets, Grnnlta 
Copings, etc.. at lowest prices 
consl.itent y.\X\\ first class stock 
and v; ( rkniat^sblp. 

A. STEWART 



mented by the flOod-tide on her port 
bow, It wiis ti>o..late tfTTiirn within a i 
sufflcientTy small circle to aV' : ■ i 
Bermuda. 

1 am further advised -by the Asses- 
sors that- seeing that the Bermuda 
was on her proper course (a little to 
the Bout-h—of-mid- channel) in a nar- 
row channel, and having, a very un- 
wieldy scow much longer than herr 
self secured on her port side and 
heavily laden with 510 tons of coal 
and being oil a correct course to clear 
Burnaby Shqal and TTTOceed up harbor 
she. In view of her unwlelcly tow and 
thiE! "7ir6xtm Ity^ of" BoTftHtry Sh oa"l , w i th 
a flood tide of two knots, was. In tlie 
circumstances, precluded, as a matter 
of prudent navigation, from either 
'using the channel -between Burnaby 
.Shoal ""and Brocbtoa Fulnt. or altering 
her course to starbuard. Therefore 
her action In blowing two blasts and 
then atarboardlng her helm was Jus- 
lltled. and the above 8ppcirte<l incfe- 
clslve action of the i.'barnaer after 
said signal was given jusiifled the 
Bermuda In reversing Hei' engines at 
the. time she did. - ' ' 

1 am further advised that, while the 
channel bet\vefn Burnaby Shoal and i 
Brockton Point is a recognized and ' 
navigable channel for light drai^ght 
vessels of moderate diihensions. and 
proper at that lime for the Charmer 
to use (thifugh not so now since the 
regulatit^ns of July 17th, 19(f9, passed 
subsequent to the' colllsttnrt— yet It is < 
of -such a^iiature' tliat in using It to' 
enter the Narrows, especially op. a I 
flood tide, as here, it is necessary to j 
be prepared to tuk<' precautlona to | 
clear incoming ves.scls. • , 

With respect to the, signals it seems ' 
desirable to observe? thttt the (Charmer 
shotild have prohiplly blown two blasts 
to Indicate her change of course 10 
port, becau.se, the failure to do "«p 
withheld information from the , Ber- 
muda' of the Charmer's change- --of-' 
course wJalcli 'n more, 

valuable than i. . lie Ber- 

muda ap,pear»_.ty-^li«Af aiipieeiated; ao- f 
co rding to his pvld eiice. it being not ' 
(|uUe \yieaf '■ What "liC- Tnean^"tt)"Tronvey 
by the staiern'rit that he was not 
"confu.«ed by the omission." , 

i a:m entirely l" accord Vvith the ad- 
vice of the AKseasorit. and the case 
appears to me to -be eminently one 
^^ 'l^L decided byr practiottf- sea maa- 
ship.' - , -^ ' > " ■ • 

It Is also to be notecrTfiar; neither 
ship, gave t,he prescribed signal for 
going astern, though neither ship al- 
leges that It was affected by thdt 
oversight. :- 

The omission. of tti©' plaintiff to call 
the quartermaster who was on duty 
In the Charmer at the time .of the 
collision, whose evidence would have j, 
been of great value to thl» court, is 1 
something which ■ was not satlsfactor- ] 
Uv explained and It Is to be regret- j 

ted. ._. o ! 

With regard to the alleged custom] 

of vessels In- the Narrows. It Is not : 

necessary, in view of the foregoing, j 



A. STUART HOBKRTSOX,. 

Liquidator. 
Dated nl Victoria. B. C, this 21st day 
of July. 1!>10. 




CAirci:i.i.ATioir or iiEbJSBYE. 



$2,100 

alnioat new 



nrjYs G'doD 5,-room cottage 

close to car; excellent garden. | 
: easy terms. j 



ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE 



at the 



Broad St. Hall 



Opposi' 



Salesroom, Broad St. 



$4,200 



Bt'YS A FIRST CLAS.S fi-ROO.\f i 

d friili 
In High 



tr'-n: ihoroiiprhly modern and close 
m.-bool -and erir. ;'--^ ''~ ■ ' 

,i^^-j Bl-'TS ONE OF' TH.E BKSl 
planned houses In the city, s- 
large rr>*im» and good basement; large 
rlosets l/i all bedrooms, the'most, fastidious 
wotjld Ve pleased, within half milt of city 



.$4.T5Q 



halt. 



(mr> rir\f\ BUyS' GOOD. 8-ROOM HOUSF 
tlpf),v;wU stone foundation ; .cement floor. 
aoori/ garden and shade trees, on the best 
par/ of Oak Bay avenue.' ftbout one-third 
acre of land. , _ 

"^eThEND E R S N & CO 

P.Tlrester Blotk,Tloom One, 711 Vales .Street 

-HALF ACRE CLOSE IN. GOOD 
viev, wtih»- Kood-"~iurroundlnga 
■ash. halanie seven per cent. 



$1 200 

(In' third 



Today and 

Thursday 

August 10, II 

At 10;30 a.m. and 2 p.m. 



Cor. Titt< 



and I'.l.'inchnrd St.^. 



NOTICB Ik hereby given that the l«- 
servo existing in crown land's In the 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, alH:ate in 
Range 5. Co.st District, nutice of which 
was" publlsbeU in the Britl.ih Columbia 
Gazette, dated- Decern tier 17th, 190S, -Is 
cancelled In so far as said reeerv» re- 
lates to" lots numbered 1519, 161S, 1517. 
15l4>--14;i6,-l»U.l&07; IMG, JlSOaAr -1-^3,- 
1501. 150:!. 1512, 1511. 1505, 1504, 1513, 
15H, 1509. 1508, 1530, 1527, 1528. 1521), 
1531, 1532, 1533, 1534. 1535. 1537. 153'J. 
1538. 1638. 1540. 1541, 1544, 1543. 1545. 
1646 1542. 1547. 1548. 1543. 1650. 1620. 
ISai i:.--. 1523. 1524, 1525. 1526 and 
1551. 

ROBERT A. RENWICK. . 
Deputy Commi,><s7<jrie: of Lands. " 

L.tnd.s Deparl inent, Victoria, B. C, 
Juiii- lO'h, r,'!ij. 



COLEMAN ! 

IMPORTANT 
SAJ.E • 

:-• ■■ OF 

BuiliQ Lots 



In ^^e ^^wnsite of 

Coleman, Alberta 

, Situated in Famous 
Crow's Nest Coal 
\ Fields 



SEAT,EP ■ TlSNOERR, Htiiierscrlbed 
"Tendei- for .School at Mission. B_.. .(.I.," 
will be Tigccivert by the BonOrable the 
Minister of I'ublie Wor-ks. Up' to noon of 
Monday, the 22n;i'^AuguSt, IftlO.^or ITie' 
erection and completion of a fOur- 
roomed timber framed HolioolhouBe -at 
MiHsion. 

Plans, .sppclfl.-a tliin-'<, (■(iiit_rHi-i. and 
forms of tender may be seenT on^nnd 
after the 4th day of August.- 1910, at the 
offices of the Government Agent. New 
■W'estmlnster: R. C. Abbott, Eh<i,. Secre- 
tary to School Trustees. Mission; J.'TT 
Jlcrvs-man. Ks^., architect. 112 Crown 
Building, Vancouver; and at the 1 >e-, 
partment of Public Works. Victoria. 

Each proposal rrtlist — be accompanied 
by an accepted bank cheque or certlfi- 
cnt--' of deposit on n chartered bank of 
Canada, made payable..to the Honorable 
Hbe Minister of Public Works for a sum 
equivalent to 10 perj;ent. of the amount 
of the tender, which shall be forfeited' 
If the party tendering declitie to enter 

Into coatratk when, called. upqn^tO-dojBOi 
or if he fail to complete the woi'k con- 
t.racted for. The clieques or certificates 
or de'&o^^t'TSf'^uTisuccesSful tenderers 
will be returned to them upon iIm- exe- 
cution of the contract. 

Tejixlers will pot be considered unless 
made out on the, forms' suppl+ed.- signed 
with the actual signature of the ten- 
derer, and enclosed in, the envelopes 
furhlslied. 

The lowest or any tender not neces- 
.sailly accepted. 

r, i-. i;.\.MBLE. , 
Public Works Engineer. 
, Fnblic Work s Department, 
, ~ vrctoria B. C, 2nd August. 1910. 



ATmS ASSURANCE CO, LTD 

\ (Establtshed 180S.) 

Capita! and Funds for security of 
policyho!dersexceeds$26.000,000 

The underflgne(J has Buccoaded to tha 
agency of this company formerly held 
by the Stuart Robertson Company. Ltd.., 
und win glv.^ prompt attention to all 
cominunlcatloiis reBarding new business 
or alterations required on existing poli- 
cies I'lea-io address all comunlcatlona 
to J. G. ELLIOTT, 

.Special Agent for Vancouver Island. 

'r^Ti^ Broad St.. Victoria, B. C. 

P. O. Box 450. , Phona 680. 

ibAWD BS^STRY ACT. 



"In the matter of an application for a 
,, d,up,llcati-_cerJlfl''a,t.y, "f tltl.e to Lot 91 

of .siildiit tiO, Fernwood Estata (Map 

•2tl2), Victoria City. 

KOTICE is hereby gTven that it Is -my 
intention at the expirpti«m-.of--™««*- 
monlli from tlie d_ate of the first publi- 
cation liereof to l-smie a duplicate certl- 
llcate of title to stUd land issued X>< 
John David Landers on tlie 31si day of 
October. 1908. rHS" numbered 18964 C. 

Land Registry Office. Victoria, B. C. 
July 23, 1910. 

J. P. McLBOD. 
Deputy ReglHtrar General. 



NOTICE 



B*. 



R« Capt. Edward BarUay, S. 
oeaaad. 

All persons having claims against the 
estate of Captain Edward Barkley. R. 
N ..deceased, late of We.>*thoime, B. C. 
are required to send partlcular.i, duly 
^e.rifled thereof to Messrs. Creaaa & 
Crease, -5 21 Fort st reet. Victoria. B. C. 
on or- be fore the Slst day'of August, 
1910. 

Dated the 30th day of July. A. D. 1910 
(SlglTed) ::_ :_::'! 1:1:::^!:::: ; :: 

GEOFFREY BARNARDTRTON. 

Executor. 




CAiTci:iiz.ATioir or bebekvs. 



NOTICE 



In the matter of tlt>,e Estate, of John 6. 

NIcholls, laie ■ of Minneapolis, Miiin . 

I'. S. A., deceased. 

All persons having: claims ajjalnsl the 
estate of the above named John E. Nicholls 
are required to send partlculors thereof, 
dulv verlfled. to the undersigned on or be- 
fore the tOth day of August. 1910. after 
which date the undersigned attorney for 
llie executors of the will of said deceased 
IV HI proceed to distribute the assets of the 
said deceased among the persons entitled 
thereto, having regard only -to the claims 
of which they th'-n- have notice. 

Dated this »th day of August. 1910. 

THE .BRITISH COLUMBIA TRUST 
CORPORATION. •. 

1232 Oovernment Bt;, -VJetoHa, B. C. 
Attorneys In fatt for' Hi^cutlve. 



NOTIi-E Is hereby given that the re- 
servo existing upon tlie lands embraced — 
In special Timber Licences No. 2028!j, 
situated near Sechelt Inlet. New West- 
minster District. Is cancelled, and that 
the said lands will be open for location. ' 
under the provislona of the Land Act. 
at midnight on October 14. 1,910. 
ROBEltr \ liENWICK. 
Deputy Cnniini.s.sioner of Lands. 

Lands Dept.., Victoria. July 14. 1910. 



NOTICE 



NOTICE' 



v 



In thcJnkttilW: of, tn* .estate of Blanche 
, iile. late^er'the City of Victoria, B, C, 

widow. 

All . persons having claims against 
the above estate are requested to Send 
particulars thereof to the undersigned 
on or before.. August 22. 1910, after" 
which -date the estecwtor-wUl- proceed to 
distribute the assets of the deceased, 
having regard" only to the. claims ,of, 
which ho has notice. 

Dated this 21st July, 1910, 

Victoria. B. C. 

GEO. A. MORPHY, 

Solicitor for Executor, 



NOTICE 



because, apart from lt.*"-tlTe t? hnrm^r 
in tny opinion mu.st Jje Jticld^J.o be 
solel.\- responsible' ftrr-the collision. 

'I'liere will be Judgment for the Bcr- 
tViuda o-,T the claim and counter-claim; 
with the usual reference to the Reg- 
istrar, and merchants. If necesnary. to 
qssess damages. ' "'■ 



U.. 



-Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal ahJCoke Co., Ltd. 



DISSOLUTION OF PART- 
NERSHIP 



;I0 BinERMEK GO 
I MM PILGRIMS 



TAKE NOTICE that the partnership 
heretofore/ existing between I'"rederlck 
Jeune and F'hillp Jeune. trading as sail: 
.<ind tent maker.s under the Arm nai;ne of 
.K. Jono and Brother, at No. 570 Johnson 
street, has been , dissolved _Jby mutual ,--i(i >/■ i- 1 j' 

consent as from the :toth day of . .lune.- Golcl Lurcs Many From LoncJoii 



i Ail iial/ililicK ■ of tlie firm will lie met 
1 liy l". .IctJne wlio is continuing the bu.sl- 
I ness and all moneys owing to tlie Irfto 
[ flt'm are to be paid t<? the said F. Jeune. 
' |.;.i..| this 25th 'day of Jiily. IWO. 

F. JBL'NE.; 
^«--fe.=-JliUiiE^., . 



Streets to the Mountains 
Back of Stewart— Varied 
EquipiTient 



Messrs. Stewart Williams & 
Co, oU/'iqtdria. haviiig^becn duLy 
instructed by tbc International 
Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., will sell 
by Public Auction nt Victoria, 
B. C. en Monday and Tuesday, 
the 19th and _'Oth September. 
iQio. the reniaiii'lcf i^f ihc cdm'- 
,,';n,v"sRcal Estate i i-i. lings .in 



In the Supreme Court of British Co-, 

lumbla. 
In the Matter o'f'lhe Estate of IJarvey 

■Waters. Deoeased. IntestHte; - 
' ■ and 

In the Mai ■ ' i the Official Admlnia- 

trators Act: ■ " :. , . ' ' ■ 

NOTICE Is hereby Irtven that under 
an: order granted by. the, Honorable Mr. 
Justice Clement, dated the 28lh day of 
June. A. I). 1910. I. the undersigned, 
wan appplnfd administrator of the es 



Wavlgable tWaterB Protection ;-Act'.-~ 

■ NOTICE Is hereby given that John 
Raymond of the City of Victoria. Brit- 
lull Columbia, 1h applying to His Exi-ei- 
lency the Ooxernor Qenerall of ("anaiJa 
In Council for approval of the pinna and 
descrlptloHH of site, of work-; propose 1 
To — be const rue ted by liim In \'ictoiia 
Harbor Immediately fro'hting Lot 562A. 
Block. 41. Victoria.. B. C. arid has de- 
posited the said plan.s and descriptions 
of slte^wlth the .Minister of Public 
Works at Ottawa aiul a (biplicate there- 
of with . the' Hpgl.strar <;enenil of Titles 
In the I^and Registry Office. Victoria. 
B. C. and iliat the matter of the said 
application will bo proceeded with at 
the expiration of , one month from tlie 
time of .the fir.-;!: publication of this no- 
tice In the "(Janada Gazette," 

•Dated this 26th day of July, 1910. 

■ — ; -, •• . W. H. LANGLEt, 

-.-.^.j^^ Govcmment Ktreet. 

• ' - Victoria. B. C. 

■ , Solicitor for Applicant. 

"■WATEB ACT, 1909." 



TAKE NOTICE that I, Frederick X. 
Norton, of the city of Vancouver, B. C, 
lumberman, intend to apply to the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor in Council on Tuesdaj% 
the 11th day. of October. A. D. 1910. at 
the hour of II o'clock In the foreno-nrr,— 
or BO soon thereafter astUe application 
can be heard, for a final license under 
Parts XI. and XII. of the -'-'-Water Act; 
J9[09." to clear a.nd remove obstacles 
from "Salmon river and C^rford bay. an 
arm . of Bute Inlet. Britisli Columbia. 
for tlie purpose of making the same fit 
for rafting and driving logs and pen- 
ning back and storing water, and for 
erecting boomlng-gronnds in said Or- 
ford .bay^C-ADJir.ttXlnia.tiL.mnps. plana and 
particulars of which undertaking are 



tale., of the above, deceased. All parties , ^,^^, ,^ ,,^^ otnco^ of the Chief Com 



having claims against the said estate 
are requested to send- particulars of 
same to me on or before the 29th day of 
August, 1910, and all persons Indebted 
to, the aaia estate" are required to pay 
such Indebte-lnCSa-uXo mo forthwith. 
--Dated at Victoria. B. C. this 29th day 
of July, 1910. 

.» .• -WM.' MONTI?^TH. 

Official Administrator. • 



NOTICE 



mlssioner of I,.Rnds and Wnter Commis- 
sioner at Victoria. 

Dated this 29tb dav r,f juiy a. D. 

:t»10. ■ FREDERICK N. NCiRTON. 



TVBX 



BOirSXD 



N., De- 



MEBCKAIirDISS OF AI.Z. XZITSB 
STORED AITB DISTKIBCTXD 

Duncan's Warehouse 



$*>nnii EIGHT ROOM .BtJNOALOSV 
iKfUU with all modern conveniences. 
close to car line and p<Tfcttly new with out 
houses and '-j acre" of good. soil. This will 
not last long and It you wish to purchaaa 
your own homo at your own price act quick- 
ly.^ - , , 

ImQ'-nn— BUYS SIX ROOM HOUSE AND 
iIpOOUU two good lots on Hulton street 
on titsy terms. 

D. Mcintosh 

Real Kslate and llnanclal .\«ent. 
MiUinn Btilg-; •♦JwTernment Mtreel. Mct^rla 
B. Ci T*l»phoii« ,i;*9.. - , 



Th>' above shipment consigned to us 
and including: Iri.sh ; Linen Damask.' 
Irish Lliwu .She'eting. Irish Ijiiien Ilnnd 
Kmbroldered i^osttimes- Irish Linen 
Hand Hpmstlt(;hed Sheets and Pillow 
Cases. Trajf Cloths, Doubl*' l")«mAsk 
Table t:ioth»; and Serviettes. Lafliej)-' 
and (Te-rrts--WPTO«tJiche<i-l:tandkeri^lefs 
Irish lilnen Hand Embroidered 'B«>d- 
8i>reads, irl.fh Linen -Handmade Skirts 
-an^- tTnderclothing, Christy's TowelsV 
Bath Robes. Sheets. Lhco CiirtHlns. 
AVonllen Piece Ooada, Worsteds, IrlBh+^Hi^-t'^ 



LfJT 6. BLOCK 
11,100; terms. 



tLSCAR STREET 



T 



wo LOTS ON ALPER STREET, 
each; price $300 each. 



5<M(17< 







NB HALF 

Street, |l,,ooo. 



ACRE ON CAHROLt 



Serges, indigo E),vc; Ladles' Costumes 
and_a-quahtlty of the yer ' ' ^ '' '' 

TtFtfTTTrt let yr" /■ ' , ■''■'. '. 

The5?e goods are now opened .%nd ar- 

gtjanged for Inspection and we cordially 
I n.vltj? th f^TPOTrtP^f Vtrtorla to Itfspect 
this eTegniir"TllBpI,iv,-"\VT'7h7ive- arrang- 
ed with Mr. Murphy 'to have t^^ ■ 
Jnspeirtloni being __-_^ — -t=i. 

Monday and Tuesday, From 9 
to 9 p. m. 



NOTICE 

in the T^sfftTn^'or' Thofnas H. Towers. 

late of Victoria, Bt-ltlsh Columblu, 

Deceased. Intesta.to, 

All persons having claims agHlu.st the 
deceased are re<iuested to send pai^tlc.-j.^ \:,;;:3g;.,, frnVn Varicoiiver. ' Thvr 



ulars thereof, duly verified to the un- 
dersigned' on ^or before^jlie 1st 'day , of 
September,. 19I0,> after" wTllcli da^e the 
administratrix will proceed to distribute 
tlie assets of tlic- deceased among the 
persons entitled tligreto having regard 
tiw. <-inirn^ of Which filie then 



T'ol 



; ..ii -,■:,. .day of July, 1 n I n. 
OLiVe M. TOWER.'.A, 

.651 Belt9n Vv", Victoria Vest. 
/ . Victoria. B, C. 

-^.».1,< . - Administratrix. 



.'T 



a. m.; 



\ 



A. W. BRIDGMAN 

Real Estare, Flnan^ l.il and liiKuranee 
1107 Gov»rnm--nl ."tre't Victoria. 



Livery Stables 

MILL "WOOn AWD STOVE -WOOD 
FOB SAI.B 



- Equtp-ppil With rifles, rugs, knap- 
sacks, puttees, gunnysacks. amt^ walk- 
ing sticks, a part.v of carnesi speak- 
itig. fint> appearing young Englishmrtv 
pa sscfT* through here s ays - llitj Prince 
Rupert Empire. They were bound for 
ftltter Creek. ' Th*y did ' iu)t .have . a 
moment to spare. They ki'Tyt-tMose to 
the Princess Bentr.k'C, on which th<y 



the City of Coleman, Alberta, 
compTTstng-^ome 'i'hrce iriuiKlred 
clio-ililc Business and Residential 
gite.'^. 1 '■' ^bis_.-tJiriving in- 

dustrial ccinrc. 

Kor fmflu r and. fiill par^ 
plans, maps,~photograpli-. < 
apply t<j The Auctioneer. 



Re Capt. Edward Barkley, 

ceased. j 

At! persons h«,vliig claims against the Negotiable Warohonae Kaoalpti la- 
estate, of Captain Edward Barkloy, R. ,„,^ Furniture and Kou.ehold Oooda 
N.. deceased, late of Westholme. B. C. , ,, ^ ,, ., „. „ .,,. 

•are required, to send particulars, duly [ c"-"^"^""? handled. Stone Building and 
verified thereof to Messrs. Crease ftjliow Insurance. 
Crease, 521' Fort street, Victoria, B. C„ j 

on or before ■ the 31st day of August,! '— 

191.0. 

Haled t! V 

(.<IKU.",1. 

(;]■:( >\ 'i'!;i;'.' 1; \ 1: ' m: i •i.~-;ton. 

i';xeoiitor. 



Phone 1665. 



635 Tateg St. 



1 



''j3r**>-^K^*i«fcriLi 



A ^ 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 



-«., ««Ai. . ..MK. .HT*Hi Fi 8alf comjnetu-es today »t 10 oMrtck 

\^n ^..MAl.t. . -.Ml oRlAaL!rf;^^'^|--~-^--~--.^---_^^,.. ,_^ ^__,_^ by .ViuMion. 



d'neliltigs In SprlViK HIdK'- I'rlc*- ' II.ROn | 
Brtdgmnn. 1007 C5ov- , 



cn«h for both. 
1 rnm'-nl slreni 



....v.'. 



Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



MAYNARD & SONS. 



Auctioneers 



1314 Broad StrecL 



/ 



R. DAVERNE, 1615 Douglas St. 

Cilipn^'no I'llv FLill. 
«. SAVESlfE. Tel. 97. 

14f»tmo7 HOap— <T1«tBfect*»t — 1» aTTTmjf^^ 
faoommentied bv the moriioal pirofeauoo m 
• aA(wu«>ii aaaioat iaieotio^:^ ^innti'T 4JI 



I s always a pusslbilit.v of ml.B8Jiig. rmt' 
boat, anil there were not taking an: 
chances. 

A month 01 ' 

Ing about L"iT(i;oi. 1 <u.- iiii^^ia 0,1,1 
there ai)peared Irl the metropolitai 
press, under shrieking hfadHrrrs-.-irn -a I •• 
luring tale. ..JLL dealt with goW — nilic . 
of it. 

The El Dorado, of course, wa« far 

away. * Tho shining sands, arifl the 

ntigget-studded mountain's lay. across 

tlie raging main, ntid further sti ll , , I t 

Jay beyond the. forests and waterways 

nnd cities /'of eastern Canada. It was 

further than the g;reat inkes, further 

than thc/grnat plains, fh* short It lay 

Where tlie sun dips Into the PacKic, 

|,?ilhelt. Inhere the Eortlaurt ("anal ill- 

} vides rtriti^h Columbia from Alaska^ 

.Vctloii fojlowcd decision. 'With, buT- 

ifits purchased. :ind cherishing high 

hope's, they luriied their - faces- to- 

waVcl thj? west, and _w:cnt iH it. 

They reached Stewart in Safft.r. 
c<?n ferret) Willi one another at tbcgato- 
v<-Hy to the mngiciil land, iunl wlien the 
itiont pulled out. wcro on the point of 
Isiariing into Ulc mouiitains. , 



TIMBER 



Stewart Williams 

(137 Fort Sticet, 



AND FORESTRY COMMIS- 
SION-. 

Final Sitting 



.\i)l li'K is bereliy givon that fliinl 
lltlngs of the Timber and Forestry 
i Commission will be l>eld in the, Court 
Vi.-rnria R C 1 House. Victoria. coffimi?Ti(;lhg AugllJir 
VU.rOfia. r>. ^' ,5_ n„t. at the iiour -of 10:30 a. m. 
- ,' FRKD J; FULTON', Chairman. 

" ° Victoria, B. C .July 23, 1910. 



DAVIES & SONS 

' ACCTli i.XKKH.S 
565 AND 828 YATES STREET 

To Rent 




SAMOaiilllllilSOft&CO. 

Stev\'ait, B. C, and Prince 
Rupert, B. C. 

]'"iscal Ap:ciits for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property of this com- 
j^'any adjoins that of the 
Stewart Miniiig^ and Dcvol- 
oinncnt Co. 



ll,,,i-. and cottaKP. central. Tor saTeT 
pianos, sealers , from .,»6c,.,d.oae,n,. ■bed?,, 
hi'ireftusV eha'irs. blinds fronl 25c and 
l-olB. of other goods. Davles A: Sons. 
Auctioneers. 665 and 928 Yates street. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



CANCELLATION OF BESERVE, 

NOTICE is liereby given that the re- 
serve oxIsdiiK upon the Innds embraced 
In speeliil Tlmbi.T Licences Nos. 2896*2. 
■?55lir,' ancV 2"S9fl4, slfuntcit Tn Ooldslreani 
District.- is •cnnc'-Ued, and that fTifTtnia 
lanVis wDi he open for Tbcatioii under 
tlie provisions of the Land Act at mid- 
night on October 14. 1910. 

ROBERT A. RENWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Land*. 

Lands Dept, ViotorU, July M, 1810, 



NOTICE 

Campers and Picnicers iire 
not permitted to land on 
Section 96, lisquimrult Dis- 
trtcf; otherwise kne'wtj ' m« 
Roscbank. . - 

J,une 13th, igip. 



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WMlnMday, August 10, ItlO 



mfmm^tmtfmffmmn^m^mnmt^u f t *• mm 



1 l u ii i i innj ii nj' I W 'lii j 



VUit Our T«a RooiWrhird 
Floor. A Clip of Good Tea 
Is the Best Rofroslunent 
You Can HwLWp, 



DAVID SPENGER; LIMITED. 



mmMm 



All of Our ChocolatM Aro 
Made on the Premitei. They 
Are Pure and Wholeiome 




Elvery Day Is Jnteresting^ii^^ 

Jii 

GREAT SALE OF REED AND RATTAN CHAIRS AT $2.90 

today, we are placing on sale a large number of Sea Grass and Rattan Chairs. These come-iri twelve dif- 

ferent shapes. Just the kind for veranda,h^u se, lawn or b edroom. Th is is an exceptional bargain. To- 

day, your choice at $2.90. These are being shown in Broad an"d~Government Streets. 




Special Valttes in Fancy Linens, Doy- 
lies, Etc. ---------- 

Crochet Doylies, with linen centres in a large variety-of designs 25^ 

Battenburg Scarfs, iR-in .wide x .V)-in. long. ^Useful for dresser 
stands, etc. 50^ 

Fancy Dresser Scarfs, in net with applique, white, creatn and ecru, 
50-in. X 54-in. long .-—.-i-^-.^ . . . . : -.: ...... . ,. ...i^^ .i.. , . 75^ 



■Drawn-Thread Work Scarl, 18-in. x 45-in. wide, with neat hem- 
stitched borders , 85^* 

Fancy Ccntrcpi?;cc.5. ff linen, with drawn-thread work centre and 
Battenburg lace edges 85^ 

Fancy Linen Centrepieces, 30-in. x 30-in. square, with hemsiitche<l 
borders, with drawn-thread work in centre $1.50 

Battenburg Lace Centrepieces, with fancy linen centre. Some i)r,et- 
ty desi;.,'n^. J7-in. x -^7 i^i. ami 30-in. x .^(>-in.~5cr riai:e. F.acli SI. 50 

New Lace Blouses, Today, at $3.90 

An exceptionally fine assortment ni dainty Not Blouses go on sale 
today ^t a very small price indeed, quality considered. They iiie 
made of fine ecru and white lace net with embroidered fronts and 
lined throughout with silk. These are in a number of very attrac- 
tive and dainty styles. Priced ai ..;.... 5^3. f)0 




Ladies' Tri6imed 
Hats, Special To- 
day, at 

$2.75 



$2.75 buys a very nicely trimmed Hat here totfay and it will p.i\ 
you to invest in one of them. They arc in a number uf very be- 
coming styles and colors, trimmed with feathers and ribbons. Spe- 
cial today at '.■.:-. $2.75 

Ladies' Fine Linen Coats, Special, To- 
day, at $6.75 

Have you any use for a Linen' Goat? If so. this is a splendid oppor- 
turtity to get one extremely cheap . These are in fidl length and 
three-quarter styles. Made of an extra fine linen, in shades of 
wdtite, blue, pink and mauve. Some of these are handsomely 
trimmed with lace panels. Today \"n mav have vour choice 
of the.se at ' ".. '.....$6.75 

Boys' Wash Suits, iM 

^ ~2 — 'i^**'"' 

Values up to $3, i 



An Extra Speci al Bar gain 
in Kitchen Chairs at 35c 



Kitchen Chairs built of hardwood, finished 
golden, spindle back.' with embossed 'head" 
rest, fitted-'with lloiible •stretchers, made t^ 
stand hjird- usage. Special for today 35c 



Solid Golden Oak Bureaux 



Easy Chairs. T oda y , at 
$13.75 — 



at $16.90 



,( "^ 



x 



X 



Solid Golden Oak Bureaux, beautifully fin- 
islu'd in pleasinj.,^ colonial dcsii;n. Large 
bevelled plate mirror>. Tin-, is, an excc))- 
lionally v^mod bari;ain ......... .$16.90 



Solid Oak Bureaux, reg. 
$18.75, Today, $12.75 

Bureaux, s'llid oak, finished golden, larjgc 
l)evell<.<l jjlate mirror. These arc a grand 
bargain. Regular $18.75. Special today 
at $12.75 

Japanese Matting Squares 
^"^ at $1.00 



Two only, Easy 

^Chairs, uphoTster^ 

ed «i -fine woven 

tapestry, best 
quality springs 
and materials only 
•,;sc<l-tif-the mak- 
ing of- these chairs. 
They are rooniy 

.and-^-"^ye every 
comfort when ~m 




Alaska Ice Cream Freezers at Special 



Prices 



Japanese Matting Squares., These arc a 
splendid floor covering for befiroom, easy 
to sweep and keep dean, in a large -^^aricty- 
of designs and colorings. Size 6x9. 
Price ., $1.00 



3-Piece Parlor Suite. $38.90 

Splendid value indeed in this, ^^ade 
of mahogany, beaiitiftilly uphol- 
stered in green leather and splen- 
didly finished. Toda\ s price at 
our, August sale ^38.90 



'day's price $13.75 



Boys' Blouses, val. to $1.25, 



Today, 50c 



Every mother who wants her boy to look 
cool and comfortable shoul'H-.^attend here 
today. A very iin* quality {stnt^ dm k 
and prints, also gra$s cloths. These mn 
up as high as $1.25, They also have fancy 
collars and cuff^. Today Vou may haye 

■ } our choice at ; . . .50<^ 

Inlaid Linoleum, yd., 75c 

' — 3: — : " 

Inlaid Linoleums, in floral and tile~designs 
and rich colorings. This make is adapt- 
; ie?t"f"G* very hard weffr and makes af good 
floor covering for dining-room, bedroom, 
bathroom and kitchen. Per square 
yard 7,5<* 

Davenp ort at $49.75 

-Davenport, Imilt of solid quarter cut oak," 

finished goldcii. njtholstered in best qual- 
ity, leather. August Sale $10.75 



Brussels Carpet Squares a t $13.75 

Brussels Carpet Squares in ri large range of coiorings and the new season's de- 
signs. They conic in r^d^, greens, fawns, etc. These aic a ■^na]'). 
Si/r M X 9. Price '..... ....$13.75 



This freezer is the''on1y one having the perpetual motion 
spoon dasher^_which makes JtAcery rapidk-.Today-. Special 

2 qu art size. TJ Rcggla-r "^ztzS". Sale Lhjl: 

3 quarrsTzij. Regular ?3/5o. Sale 

4 quart size. Regular S3.90. Sale .. , .♦ 't.'jl' in 

6 quart .size. Regular'-^^.QO. Sale"":T."VrrrTT7:;';'^TTT';'T-v';Tr 

8 quart size. Regular .$6.00. Sale • • 

12 quart size. Regular S8.50. Sale 

15 quart size. Regular $14.50. Sale 

20 (|uart size. Regular $17.50. Sale . 



aerating 
Sale: 



$1.50 

$2.50 

.$2.90 

r;$3.i90 

$4.75 

$5.75 

$9.50 

$11.50 



We Have J ust R eceived Ano the r Delivery 
of Fancy NecKv^ear, Mostly in the Baby 
Irish Lace Effects ~" 

Som-c real dainty designs in Jabots, at 50c, 75c and.. $1.00 

Pretty Dutch Collars, $1.00. $1.25. Si. 50 $2.00 

Dutch Collar and Cuff Sets, in uliitc and creatn. Per set ... .$2.00 
Ladies' Cotton Hose, double heels and toes. Fast colors, in hl.ack. 

tan, ox-blood, green, helio>, sky, pink, navy blue anrl white.. 25^ 
Ladies' Cotton Hose, fast, stainless dye, in black with white cotton 

I'cet. All" sizes 83/2 to 16 ; 25< 

Oak Stools at $1.85 



Stools nia'de bfrsolid frzk. fnnshed Early English,Mis?ion style, top 
upholstered in solid leather. Special Thursday $1.85 

SmoKersV Stands at $1.90 



Smokers' Stands in solid oak, Early English finish, with bra'^s fit- 
tings. Special Thursday .,.. . . , . .' .$1.90 

Mattresses. Today. $5.90 

Mattresses, built of fine quality felt in best, sateen striped tick. Can- 
not get displaced or beconie lumpy, sanitary in every degree. ..\11 
sizes. These are a splendid bargain. Today :$5.90 

New Dress and SilR Goods Are Coming in 

New Dress, and Silk Goods are pouring in daily. These new 
creations will interest the dre--y ladies of Victoria. The Moires and 
Chanticler are the features in Silks and Wlvef;, crepon effect, and 
fancy tweeds, pheasant eye mixture will he i' it demand for 

suits. See these goods on main floor, Silk and Dress P; j'artinent. 



Today, for 

$1.25 



A finer aggregation of Boys' 
Wash Suits at such a tre- 
■mendoiis saving could not 
be wished fr)r. They arc 
in all kitids of stripes, 
broken checks, etc., in 
r)iques, crashes, stylishly 
made, aiul will stand all 
kinds of rough usage. 
Regular values up to $voo 
fof $l'.25 




Boys' Fine Norfolk Suits. Keg 7 Values to 

$3.50, Today, $2.25 

Thi."^ is a saving wiiich is well worth taking advantage of. Just the kind for 
school wear, very strongly made in Norfolk. Any mother Avill be proud to 
see the little fellow dressed in one of these suits. The usual selling price 
of these were $3.50. Special price today $2.25 



Bo ys ' Blouse s. Val. to $l.25Joday, 50c 

l-"\ery ni'ithcr vvhn wants iur boy to look cool and comfortable should jit- 
tend here today. A very fine qiiality fancy ilw '■. ..-.■. \ prints 

, also grass cloths. These run up as 'high as $1.25. They also have fancy 
collars and cuffs. ■ Today you may have your choice at ... . . . 50c^ 






Clearance of Men's Wash Vests at 75c 



TWlay we- are placing dn sale all the 
odd sizes. They are in fancy ducks, 
in stripes, dots and hroken checks. 
'JMiese are principally stnall sizes, 
not over '37. These are excellent 
hargains. A great tnany were 
priced ^p to $1.75. Today, clioosc 
one, if n. will fit. at 75<^ 

Gorsa Covers af 25c 

25c is a very small price indeed to pay for 
such fine quality Corset Covers. They 
arc thade of fine cambric. These have 
two rows of fine lace insertion, made in a 
style which will appeal at once to any 
lady wishing a fine corset, cover at very 
little price. Today's price ! ....;. .25^ 




Special Sal e of Men's 

— r ' ' 

Suits, Today, at 

$10.00 

These suits, will appeal at once to the 1 
man wdio wants a suit for every day 
purposes. They arc exceptionally well 
made, in fancy worsteds and tweeds. 
As^sooh as you \ce them y6irwTM"'lvon- ' ' - 
der how it is that we are able t(^ offer 

such Talitcs, but tlie fart of the matter 

is we want to make a clearance of this 

fUrcZ — ^pcchil-^l'nrlayv;; :.;:.. $10.00 ■-.::. .. ^ 

Men's Imitation Panama Straw Hats, Values 

up to $2f for 75c g- - - ' 

There is plcnry of time yet for the use of a Straw flat, and it 'wW~p^yoit-W-'- 
purchasc here today at such a saving. Our reason for such a re- 
duction lies in the fact that we don't wish to carry any oveTuhtil next vsea- 

:.:,-?5.?j 1^^9«^ t^is. bargain. Tqday^; ..^-.-.tr-.-i;*-,, .JS^ ^ 




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